Irn-Bru ice cream unveiled in Glasgow

Nadia Stefanowicz, 22, was the first customer to try Irn-Bru's new ice cream. Picture: Hemedia

Nadia Stefanowicz, 22, was the first customer to try Irn-Bru's new ice cream. Picture: Hemedia

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The makers of Scottish favourite Irn-Bru have unveiled a new ice-cream lolly made from the soft drink.

A hundred ice creams were dished out to fans in Glasgow’s George Square as AG Barr launched the new product.

Carolyn Mooney, 26, gets a taste of Irn-Bru's new ice cream, launched today in Glasgow's George Square. Picture: Hemedia
Carolyn Mooney, 26, gets a taste of Irn-Bru's new ice cream, launched today in Glasgow's George Square. Picture: Hemedia

Head of marketing Adrian Troy said: “We worked hard to get it right and all of our taste testers have given it top marks.”

Irn-Bru has been made to a secret recipe containing 32 flavours since 1901.

The orange soft drink hit the headlines last week after reports it had been banned in Canada, which were later discounted by the Canadian Food Inspection Agency.

The ice-cream will be rolled out in Scottish shops from March.

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