Thank you for your feedback.
While we regret that you felt the experience did not live up to your expectations, we are grateful for the opportunity to clarify and correct some of the comments in your review for those who might read your feedback.
First, we do NOT have a "Mexican place" on our tour, it is a mojito bar that serves pan-Latin cuisine with a primarily Peruvian influence (as that is the owner's background). This story would have been shared with the group at the bar.
Secondly, the vast majority of our guests love the Scottish pub you referenced. There is so much Scottish influence in the city, as your tour guide explained, that it is important for us to showcase it (and that pub is a great showcase of Scottish heritage). Additionally, it is, as you correctly mention, a Scottish pub, therefore it is most appropriate for us to have a Scotch-based cocktail. We feel that it would be very strange to enjoy a mint-julep or such in a Scottish bar, but maybe that is just us.
Finally, the "boiled egg" you mentioned at the Scottish pub, is actually a Scotch Egg . . . which is a boiled egg encased in sausage then breaded and fried. This particular Scotch egg is award-winning and a traditional dish of Scotland that we again love to highlight as part of our story identifying the Scottish heritage of the city we love.
Thanks again for the opportunity to address those inaccuracies and misleading statements.
We hope you get the opportunity to enjoy other food and beverage tours in the future with an open mind to explore those cities' true treasures.