Last few days to buy raffle tickets for Ukraine – foodie prizes on offer
, 2022-05-24 11:35:44,
Online raffle organised by chocolatier Sebastian Kobelt aims to raise enough money to help 100 Ukrainian families
With just a few days to go until his five star “foodie raffle” in aid of the DEC Ukrainian Humanitarian Appeal, is drawn online, award-winning chocolatier, Sebastian Kobelt, is on a mission to secure as many final ticket sales as possible. He’s also spoken of his extreme gratitude towards the numerous Scottish food, drink & hospitality businesses that have contributed to his thousand pound plus prize fund.
Dozens of independent businesses, themselves still recovering from the effects of the Covid-19 pandemic on the hospitality and retail sectors, have donated prizes to the raffle in a “Who’s Who” of top artisan producers, hoteliers and restauranteurs, guaranteed to appeal to the discerning foodie and travel aficionado.
Hotel and restaurant prizes include dinner for two at the award-winning Aizle in Edinburgh; dinner, bed and breakfast for two at The Roman Camp Hotel in Callander; Lunch or dinner for four at Gary Maclean’s Creel Caught restaurant in Edinburgh’s St James Quarter; a private whisky tasting for two with Colin Hinds at Tipsie Midgie in Edinburgh; lunch for two at The Cellar in Anstruther; lunch for two at The Gannett in Glasgow, dinner for two at Locanda de Gusti and a voucher for 63Taystreet Restaurant in Perth.
Food and drink prizes include an exclusive Glenmorangie Signet bottle; a hamper with a selection of artisan chocolates from award-winning chocolatier, Sebastian Kobelt; a side of salmon from Belhaven Smokehouse; a chutney masterclass with Jean Miller from the award-winning Millers Larder; a Perfect Porridge Pack from Hamlyns of Scotland; a voucher for the Cheese Byre Shop, plus prizes from Harajuku Kitchen,…
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