Irn-Bru Fiery (Case of 24 x 330ml Cans) £4.56 at Home Bargains
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Irn-Bru Fiery (Case of 24 x 330ml Cans) £4.56 at Home Bargains

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Found 10th May 2012
24 cans of Irn-Bru Fiery £4.56 at Home Bargains. Collect from store only.
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Or only £4 in farmfoods when you buy 4x 6packs @ £1 each. Cold from me.
This stuff tastes nasty.. It tastes like its got chillies, it will not quench your thirst. Best iron-bru is in Scotland in glass bottles! mmmmmmmmmmmmmmm..
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gordonjwilson

Or only £4 in farmfoods when you buy 4x 6packs @ £1 each. Cold from me.



Do you know if this is available nationally now? They didn't have it in my local, good price if they had any though!
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laldude

This stuff tastes nasty.. It tastes like its got chillies, it will not … This stuff tastes nasty.. It tastes like its got chillies, it will not quench your thirst. Best iron-bru is in Scotland in glass bottles! mmmmmmmmmmmmmmm..



I have to disagree, tastes much better from a can - doesn't go flat as quickly!
Yup im sure they do. All stores have been supplied with a large floor display, but some of the smaller stores have elected to put the packs onto the shelf due to lack of floor space. If you dont see any you should ask a member of staff.
Only 99p for 6 @ home bargains in salford.
Saw this in a cash and carry for £1.79 so they are clearly having trouble selling it
Revolting and stupidly hot. It just leaves your mouth and lips stinging. Which is why its in home bargains
I bought a couple of cans to try when they first appeared. Loathed it at first but persevere and you can get a bit of a taste for it. Tastes to me like they tipped a hell of a lot of ginger into it really. Like a spicier Crabbies (non alcholic version).

Still prefer diet Irn Bru (none of this full fat nonsense for me!) or even better, Barr's Cherryade!
laldude

This stuff tastes nasty.. It tastes like its got chillies, it will not … This stuff tastes nasty.. It tastes like its got chillies, it will not quench your thirst. Best iron-bru is in Scotland in glass bottles! mmmmmmmmmmmmmmm..


i like it it tastes better than the normal stuff

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