FAQs Where can I find Fireball? Fireball flows around the world. If you’re in the USA, we bet you can find some at your closest bottle shop. If you’re outside the USA, view our list of international distributors. Where does Fireball come from? Fireball comes straight from our Dragon Slayer hearts. And those hearts happen to reside in the US and Canada. Why is the “Whisky” in your name spelled without an “e”? Fireball Cinnamon Whisky traces its roots back to the cold land of Canada, where “whisky” is spelled without the letter E and people ride “toboggans” instead of sleds. Strange place. Is Fireball aged? If so, what kind of barrel is it aged in? Fireball is made with Canadian Whisky which, like your favorite 90’s sitcom star, ages gracefully. The whisky in Fireball is aged in used American bourbon barrels. Can I tour the Fireball distillery? In order to make enough Fireball for you fine people, we have to work nonstop at multiple distilleries. But sorry, no tours available. Does Fireball freeze? Our whisky’s proof makes it perfect to store and pour straight from the average freezer. You’d have to drop the temperature to about -12 degrees Fahrenheit to get our whisky to ice up. Is Fireball made with real cinnamon? Is it made with Ceylon cinnamon or cassia cinnamon? We use real, natural cinnamon to create our whisky — any details beyond that are too secret to share. Is Fireball safe to drink? Yes, Fireball is 100% safe to drink. For information related to the propylene glycol (PG) concern in 2014, please view our related FAQs and press release, or email email@example.com. Is Fireball kosher? Let’s just say this: Fireball’s ingredients and production process naturally fit within kosher guidelines. But let’s also say this: Our product hasn’t been officially certified as kosher. So, basically we can’t officially say anything about its kosher status. Is Fireball gluten-free? Get ready for a long, carefully worded answer: We cannot claim or guarantee that our product is gluten-free, per TBB* guidelines. However, none of the ingredients in Fireball are a likely source of protein (which makes up gluten). We can advise that Fireball should not contribute to concerns regarding gluten consumption; but as always, consult your physician prior to consuming. *TTB is the Alcohol and Tobacco Tax and Trade Bureau, responsible for enforcing the laws regulating alcohol production, importation, and wholesale businesses; tobacco manufacturing and importing businesses; and alcohol labeling and advertising. How can Fireball sponsor my brand/talent/event? We get a lot of requests for sponsorships — but we only support our true and most badass Fireball fans. Also, due to the fine laws and logistics of this great nation, we cannot donate product in the following states: AK, AL, HI, IA, ID, MI, MT, NV, NY, OH, UT, WY. To request a sponsorship for a brand/talent/event, please complete the Sponsorship Request Form and submit to firstname.lastname@example.org. How do I become a Fireball promo rep? If you’ve got the spirit of a true Dragon Slayer, chances are we’ll find and contact you. But you can always drop us a line at email@example.com and give us your location. We’ll pass the information along to our local team. How can I distribute Fireball in my country? Fireball can turn a good nation into a great one. Serve your country by reaching out to firstname.lastname@example.org. Tell us your location and we’ll pass the information to our global team. Where can I buy Fireball online? We would love to sell Fireball straight to consumers from our homepage — in fact, we were planning on having it shoot straight out of your computer screen. But due to industry regulations, we can’t sell Fireball directly to consumers. Luckily, a number of online retailers sell our stuff. Why do some states sell mini bottles (like on airplanes) of Fireball, while others don’t? Because different states have different regulations. We’d highly recommend that you move to a state that embraces Fireball in all shapes and sizes. Yours in Whisky, Please enjoy Fireball responsibly.
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