More than 12 thousand people descended on the grounds of Drumlanrig Castle for the annual Galloway Country Fair this weekend.
Visitors could sample local delicacies, watch food demonstrations and find out more about where the food comes from. One, more luxurious item being served up was a one million pound whisky sauce.
The sauce, made from cask number one of Annandale Distillery's first unpeated single malt Man o' Word, was used for a recipe in the Fair's Galloway Demo Kitchen by Chef Fraser Cameron.
This was the first and only use of the whisky, named after Robert Burns, before it is bottled following ten years of maturation. The cask, which is almost five years old, is currently on sale for £1million.