To celebrate the relaunch of Club Zero Super Split this summer we've teamed up with Britvic to give one lucky winner the chance to win a pair of Ray-Ban sunglasses to the value of €150. To enter all you have to do is go to our Facebook page and comment the correct answer to the question "Which of the following is not a Club Zero Drink?"<
Insomnia are thrilled to have partnered with Maxol this month to open our first dedicated Drive Thru offering at Maxol Ballycoolin, located on the N2/N3 link road, in the heart of the Dublin Enterprise Zone.
CEO of Insomnia, Harry O’Kelly, said; “At Insomnia we are thrilled to be opening our first ever Drive Thru store at Maxol, Ballycoolin, we are sure it will
This year is huge for the Special Olympics Ireland Games as the games are taking place in Dublin for the first time in 16 years gathering 1600 Special Olympics athletes from throughout Ireland.
For the past few years we’ve been supporting Special Olympics on their collection day, this year the Collection Day will take place on Friday 20th April and we’ll be donating 5 cents
We are delighted to introduce Insomnia Voyager, it’s the first new coffee in our 21-year history!
Insomnia Voyager brings you on a journey in every cup, every year we pack up, go out and find you a new single origin coffee, roast it medium and with heaps of respect.
This year we went to
As the sun shone down for what felt like the first time this year our team were busy prepping to open our newest store and meeting all of the lovely locals in Cahersiveen, which you may know as the popular mainland location beside Skellig Michael, the island made famous by Star Wars: Force Awakens.
Located in the gateway to the Skellig region, Cahersiveen is a popular tourist
In 2018 Insomnia will take part in UK Coffee Week for the second time, donating 5p for each coffee sold during this week!
Now in its eight-year, UK Coffee Week will be taking place from the 16th to the 22nd of April 2018 with a nationwide fundraising campaign across thousands of coffee shops across the UK.
The donations received will go to Project Waterfall, an initiative dedicated