Our entry on the SlowFood Website
As a ‘Guga’ eating Nessman from a working croft from the North of the Isle of Lewis, John is now plying his trade in Aberdeen’s Merchant Quarter where he set up ‘Musa’ in a former Catholic Apostolic Chapel in 2006.
With a passion for locally sourced produce and products, John is also a founding committee member of the Slow Food Aberdeen City and Shire Symposium working with schools and the wider community.
Musa is particularly proud of their whisky selection, in particular their own single cask independent bottlings – through which John believes shows a terroir of Scotland. Musa is a proud “Home from Home” partner bar of Scottish Malt Whisky Society.
John says that Slow Food is in his DNA – we very much agree.