It has come to my attention that people, including are unaware of the heaven in a can that is Irn-Bru. They can’t help it. They’re not Scottish.
It is a unique tasting carbonated beverage that can only be achieved by mixing many artificial flavors with a terrifyingly bright orange coloring.
Like other soft drinks it comes in plastic bottles and cans but for the most authentic taste you must drink it from the glass half liter bottle (really it tastes better!).
As a child I would use my pocket money to buy these and then collect the bottles to return for recycling. You got 5 pence back so with enough you got yourself another bottle.
Irn-Bru is so popular in Scotland that you can actually get it at McDonalds. It’s relatively unheard of anywhere else in the world, but you can order it in the States:
In fact this is usually the time of year when I do exactly that so I have some to drink throughout the festive season.
Irn-Bru — Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Irn-Bru is a carbonated soft drink produced in Westfield, Cumbernauld, Scotland. It is made by AG Barr of Glasgow since moving out of their original Parkhead factory in the mid-1990s and at a second m…
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