- Haggis, the national dish of Scotland, is a savoury meat pudding made with sheep organs.
- Mackie's 19.2 ice cream parlor in Marischal Square, Aberdeen serves up unusual flavors — including one topped with haggis and marmalade.
- Alongside waffles and sundaes, they serve 725,000 ice cream flavor combinations.
- Mackie's farm holds 330 cows and produces over 13 million liters of ice cream a year.
Mackie's 19.2 in central Aberdeen serves a host of unusual ice cream flavors.
In 2018 the parlour developed a haggis and marmalade flavor,. During Christmas 2018, they served up minted brussels sprout. They plan a hot ice cream for April Fools' day.
Haggis and marmalade ice cream is made from the simple mix of eggs, milk and cream. Chopped haggis is added to the mix, and marmalade swirled through. Haggis is a Scottish savory pudding containing sheep's pluck; minced with onion, suet, salt, onion and spices. It is traditionally encased in the sheep's stomach. The flavor will be on offer throughout January for Burns Night.
The parlor also serves Buttery and Jam flavor. A buttery, also known as Aberdeen roll, is a Scottish savory bread roll. This is chopped and mixed with jam. It is stirred into an ice cream mix.
Mackie's was founded in 1912 in Westertown, Aberdeenshire. It's a family business and one of the best-known ice cream brands in Scotland.