IRN-BRU is giving fans a sneak peak at the highly-anticipated sequel to its 2006 Christmas advert which will be unveiled tonight.

Fans will remember how, after flying through the air above a magical Scottish winter wonderland, a wee boy annoys his friend, the Snowman, who swipes his can of Irn-Bru and sends him tumbling through the skies to a land in a snowy George Square in Glasgow.

Now, 12 years on, we get to find out what happened next.

The new teaser reveals the first few seconds of the story where viewers see the wee boy lift himself from the snow before looking up to spot the mischievous Snowman who soaring high above the square.

With a determined look on his face, we hear the boy rush through the snow and are left wondering if he’ll succeed in getting his beloved Bru back.

Irn-Bru marketing director, Adrian Troy, said: “We know Christmas isn’t Christmas in Scotland without the Irn-Bru Snowman, so we’re thrilled to be continuing the story and letting everyone find out what happens next.

“We’re sure this twist to the tale will be a real hit and a great way to kick-start the Christmas celebrations.”

The story will be revealed for the very first time on STV and Facebook at 8.45pm tonight.