Iggy Pop cocktail served with a syringe on the side

A Tayside pub has sparked controversy by serving a syringe with one of its new cocktails.

The 10 Cafe Bar, in Forfar, has unveiled a range of the drinks, dubbed ‘rocktails’, which are named after famous music acts from the 1970s and 1980s.

The drinks are presented in unusual containers, such as chemical beakers and empty syrup tins.

But one, named the Iggy Pop, is served with a syringe full of honey on the side — a nod to the singer’s drug-using past.

An Angus anti-drugs campaigner claims that the stunt is “glorifying drugs”, but those behind the rocktails insist it adds “theatre” to the presentation of the drink.


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