Since hitting north-east store shelves earlier this week, the demand for Irn Bru 1901 has not slowed down.
The ‘new’ drink features the old and unimproved original recipe the firm originally launched in 1901, and it has proven to be a huge hit with fans across Scotland.
Getting a taste of the original recipe, the drink has been recreated by research and development experts at AG Barr.
Irn Bru altered its recipe in 2018 to coincide with new sugar taxes, however this limited edition version will allow customers to enjoy it as it was more than 100 years ago.
We’ve pulled together a list of places you can grab a bottle in Aberdeen and Aberdeenshire.
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- The Tartan Pig Coffee House – Hollybank Place, Aberdeen
- Spar in Midstocket
- Lidl on Wellington Road
- 24 hour shop on Crown Street
- Costcutter – Dyce
- Spar at Rosemount
- Krepes n Kones – George Street, Aberdeen
- Petrol station at Aberdeen Airport
- Colour Box – Mastrick
- JG Ross Bakers – Highclere, Inverurie
- Spotty Bag Shop in Banff
- Costco – Westhill
- McColls – Kemnay
- Costcutters – Ellon
- Peterhead 24 hour garage
- McCleish store in Inverurie
- Westhill Petrol Station – Straik Drive
- RS McCalls – Portlethen
- Farmfoods in Montrose
*Please note, most Spar, RS McCalls, Sainsburys, Farmfoods, Costcutters and Iceland stores are also stocking the product.