If you're already sick of January and being back at work then this free coffee offer may perk you up.

Swedish oat drink maker Oatly are launching a pop up coffee shop in Glasgow this week, offering customers a free coffee or hot chocolate.

Ideal for vegans, anyone doing veganuary or those looking to move away from milk, the coffee shop will pitch up in St Enoch Square on Tuesday 14th and Wednesday the 15th January from 8.30am-4.30pm.

The free drinks include Oatly’s Oat Drink Skinny, Semi or Whole oat milk in coffee from Extract Coffee Roasters or tea from Good & Proper Tea.

Those looking for a sweet treat can try a hot chocolate made from Oatly’s new Chocolate Deluxe oat drink.

If you can’t make it to the pop-up then the brand are giving away a total of 27,000 coffee in 16 cafes across the UK.

From 13th to 26th January, you can claim your free coffee (on a first come first served basis) at Idle Hands coffee shop (M1 2HF) and PROJECT by Dear Green (G1 5QH).

The Oatly pop up coffee shop will move on from Glasgow to Manchester, Bristol and Brighton this month before stopping in its final destination, London.

For more info on Oatly and the pop up coffee shop please click here.

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