(/ˌaɪərnˈbruː/ "iron brew") is a Scottish carbonated soft drink, often described as "Scotland's other national drink" (after whisky) Its transparent bright rusty orange color has a brilliant taste, but nobody can identify the flavor...I challenge you to taste!
As iconic as whisky and as famous as haggis, Scotland’s other national drink is widely enjoyed not just in the land of its birth but also across the globe. Synonymous with Scottish culture, most Scots claim they couldn’t live without it while others claim it is the best hangover cure around.
Irn-Bru is also known for its apparently magical restorative powers as a hangover cure and this prompted Billy Connolly to write and release an ode dedicated to Mr and Mrs Barr “for saving my life on so many Sunday mornings”.
Celebrities love Irn-Bru Elvis Costello references Irn-Bru in his song ‘The St Stephen’s Day Murders’,
In the National Museum of Scotland’s range of exhibits selected by celebrities, Sir Sean Connery chose a crate of Irn-Bru.