A family butcher has come up with the ultimate hangover cure - sausages laced with Irn-Bru.
Since its launch last month, the unique meat treat has become the biggest selling sausage at Wynne's butchers shop in Fort William, Lochaber.
The demand for the sausages has been so great that they have been rolled out the company's other premises in Oban, Argyll.
Butcher John McKay, 35, said: "We're selling them as the ultimate hangover cure. A little while ago, we started making a sweet chilli sausage, which was really popular.
"We wanted to something different, so we then came up with the idea of making a sausage with Irn-Bru laced through it.
"They're selling out every day. We can't keep up with the demand. We've put them in our other shop down in Oban and they can't get enough of them there either."
Both sausages and Scotland's other national drink - said to be made from girders - are famed for helping people recover from a heavy night of drinking.
Mr McKay insisted however it was not just bleary-eyed partygoers that were enjoying the delicacy.
The feedback we have been getting has been amazing. People love them and they're especially popular with kids,” he said.
"We have had people coming in and asking for them right, left and centre - it has taken off in a big way."
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