Located on the east coast of Scotland, Angus is famed for its fish and seafood.
Perhaps the most famous Angus product is the Arbroath Smokie – haddock smoked over hardwood. The origins of the smokie began in the fishing village of Auchmithie, just north of Arbroath. The fishwives smoked the fish on sticks in whisky barrels. In the late 19th century, the fisher people settled in Arbroath with the lure of better housing.
Today the Arbroath Smokie is exported all over the world.