Mackie's of Scotland , a sweets maker in Aberdeen, Scotland, sells "Haggis & Cracked Black Pepper" potato chips with a haggis flavor. Sheep meat is not used, but oatmeal is included, creating a haggis atmosphere. According to Mackie's of Scotland, they aimed for chips that "just eat a bite and you'll immediately know it's Scottish."
So are these haggis potato chips delicious? The mail order site has the following comments by the purchaser.
"I bought this potato chip as a joke gift to feed my husband. Our couple visited Scotland last year and ate haggis several times. But this potato chip is delicious! Haggis base and It's hard to believe. It goes well with beer, especially Guinness beer! "
Unfortunately, the haggis potato chips that go well with this beer do not seem to be available in Japan.
Now, there is a legend that a three-legged animal named Haggis lives in Scotland. People love haggis jokes, and there are regular events called "Haggis Hunt" to catch the "legendary" creature, the haggis.
So, when you take a taxi in Edinburgh or Glasgow, you may be able to see a surprising place by asking "a place where you can see a living haggis". However, it is limited to drivers who understand fashion. I've done this and had the rather disappointing experience of being taken to an English pub.