Since it first hit shelves in 1901, Irn-Bru has been the bona fide national drink of Scotland. Toxic orange in colour and zinging with sugar, there was absolute uproar from Irn-Bru addicts when the makers of it, AG Barr, controversially announced last year that they were changing the traditional recipe.

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The idea was to reduce the drink’s sugar content from 10.3g per 100ml to just 5g, and now the new version is finally out – and the old recipe is gone for good.

So, how different does it actually taste to the original? And will Scotland’s tastebuds adjust? We got some Scots to give it a try…