Scott's is milled in Scotland. This small box of oats cost about $6 - yikes!
Porage (or porridge) has been a Scottish food staple since the Middle Ages - eaten mostly in the winter.
I usually eat my oats this way: 3/4 c old fashioned oats, 1/2 c milk - leave in the fridge overnight or let sit for at least 15 min for the oats to absorb the milk. Before eating add 1 c frozen raspberries w/Splenda - microwave the raspberries first to warm up and get a bit liquidy.
The Scott's oats have a better taste than regular oats...hard to say what the difference is - it's like the Scott's are less "dusty" tasting (if that makes sense). The consistency is more flaky and when soaked in milk the oats are mushier (good or bad depending on how you like your porridge). I'd probably switch to Scott's if price were not an issue.
I included a photo of regular old fashioned oats (on the left) and Scott's Porage Oats (on the right) so you can see the difference in the oats.