Ireland is famous for beautiful and fiery redheads from Angela Scanlon to Bosco to Domhnall Gleeson, and even Paul O’Connell (before he shaved his head).
Natural redheads represent a unique proportion of the population, in fact, Gingers, makeup just over 1% of the global population, with Ireland being home to the second-largest ginger population in the world.
This Thursday on National Redhead Day, Fever-Tree invites Ireland to raise a glass of whiskey & ginger ale and celebrate our love of ‘gingers’? They are offering you the chance to collect a Fever-Tree Ginger Ale 200ml and Irish Whiskey 5cl and at any O’Brien’s Off-License for you to take away, mix, and celebrate at home. ID essential’
Fever-Tree wants to celebrate the Gingers of Ireland on Thursday, November 5th. For a limited time only and while stocks last, Fever-Tree is offering a complimentary Whiskey and Ginger Ale, available to collect from all O’Brien’s Off-Licenses across Ireland, so you can experience The Ultimate Whiskey Ginger Ale. Recipients must be over 18 and a valid ID is essential.
Anita Hawk from Fever-Tree said: “Fever-Tree Ginger Ale has an unmistakable flavour, created by using a blend of three of the world’s finest naturally sourced gingers, with citrus notes and a clean finish meaning it is an ideal mixer to add to the finest Irish whiskies.”
As well as Ginger Ale, Fever-Tree’s range includes a premium Ginger Beer, so you can pick your preference to suit a range of whiskies, bourbons, and rums as we turn to darker, spicier drinks through the autumn-winter months!
As at home mixing is becoming increasingly popular, Fever-Tree invites the nation to join them virtually to learn how to ‘mix with the best’ at a Fever-Tree Mixing Master-Class on November 12th at 7.30 pm.
Learn how to mix simple yet fantastic tasting drinks from one of the top mixologists in Ireland & the UK, from the comfort of your own home. To sign up to claim a free place, visit HERE.