Scones, American, British or Scottish.

Scones: according to a “Scottish” Bakery Website based in Redford, MI, United States:-

If you’ve ever eaten a scone in the United Kingdom, you may have noticed a similarity to an American biscuit. “British” scones are usually lightly sweetned and contain fruit like currants or berries. Scottish scones are often closer to a biscuit and are made with buttermilk, though some Scottish grandmothers will swear you should only use sour milk.

British or Scottish Scones.

I think they mean the difference between “English” and Scottish scones.

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