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You Can Pick Yourself Up An Irish Coffee This Friday While Also Being Really Deadly

By katedemolder

December 20, 2016 at 12:10am

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Tis the season to be charitable and drink tasty Irish coffees.

...that's how the song goes right?

Later this week, November 25 to be exact, Great Irish Beverages and Movember Foundation Ireland are launching the inaugural #IrishCoffeeDay. 

The idea for this is to raise funds, and awareness, for men's health by getting bars, restaurants and the Movember community to take the traditional coffee morning idea, and 'Irish it up' by hosting their own Irish coffee fundraisers.

They have asked our network of bars and restaurants around the country to promote Irish coffees throughout the day on November 25. The participating venues will kindly be making a donation to Movember for each one sold, to help men affected by testicular cancer, prostate cancer and poor mental health.

They're also opening their own pop-up #IrishCoffeeDay bar for the day at 52 South William Street in Dublin (the side of the South William Bar). If you're in town, pop in for one sure.

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Go on - give your lip a creamy Mo.

Are you a bar or restaurant owner/manager or a Host who wants to get involved? Course you are. Check out the event and donation page right here. Hosts can register their event and make donations here.

Simples. And tasty.

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