Once COVID is over, my workmate from the UK is going to come back over. He is already wanting to try biscuits and gravy and real southern ham. That is something that is probably different than you know as well, it is a salted breakfast ham, thin but, not a ham steak.
I sent him the photo above and he is ready to try it as well. We all thought it would be good for him to compare biscuits.
That said, a scone here is usually more sweet.
A fun quote from a site I saw:
"When you first try an authentic British scone, you might be tempted to think of it as a biscuit. (Unless, of course, you’re from the southern US, where biscuit-making is an art. No real scone would fool a Southerner as a biscuit, that’s for sure.)"
I mean, haggis sounds terrible to me. I'd much rather eat biscuits and gravy than that any day: