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Satisfying sweet tooth in Scotland

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Getting ready for my Scotland trip in the summer and I have been thinking of all the good food I will taste there.

But did not find much information on desserts. I know the shortbread cookies and tablet are well known.

Can someone tell me some other Scottish desserts I should try there at different times of the day. Maybe something unique with my tea or some well known dessert after an evening meal.

I always like to eat the local cuisine and do not want to miss anything.

Many years ago I was in Sicily and tired a variety of Italian goodies . But each morning I used to see teenagers going to school eating a strange looking sandwich. I had not heard or read about it and did not have a chance to taste it. Stupidly, I did not even ask any local people or the hotel staff what these kids were eating.

On my return I found out that Sicilian like to eat gelato in a bun for breakfast.
I regret trying it so much.

Thus, don't want to miss anything sweet in Scotland.
Thanks for your help. Have a good night.

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