A haggis which is believed to be the world's most expensive has been cooked up at a cost of £2,500.
The gourmet haggis will be served on Burns night
The dish, created by Scottish chef John Paul McLachlan, will provide 10 servings at £250 per portion - with proceeds going to the tsunami appeal.
The unique Buccleuch Estate haggis has been infused with one of the rarest whiskies in the world - the 50-year-old Balvenie Cask 191 single malt.
Only 83 bottles of the dram exist and it retails at £500 a measure.
The gourmet haggis will be served on Tuesday at the recently-opened contemporary Scottish restaurant and bar, Albannach, in London, to celebrate its first Burns Night.
In honour of the bard's birthday, Gordon Ramsay-trained chef McLachlan soaked the haggis throughout the cooking process with four drams of the Balvenie Cask 191 50-year-old whisky.
The chef said it enriches the flavour of the haggis and adds a hint of spice.
"It will taste fantastic and is sure to have great appeal," he said.
"We wanted to do something special for Burns Night and I can't think of anything more appropriate than cooking a haggis infused in a 50-year-old whisky.
"I've never made anything like it in my 31 years and I'm honoured to be the chef that gets to use this £6,000 bottle of whisky.
"It's a great way to raise money for the tsunami appeal, and we plan to give every diner a wee taste."
Once cooked, another dram will be poured over the haggis, bringing the total cost to £2,500.