The map shows every country in the world coloured red for places where drinks made by the company behind Coca Cola are the most popular, with one notable exception coloured in blue - Scotland.
The image, which appeared on social media website Reddit, was retweeted thousands of times after Irn-Bru posted it on their Twitter page alongside the nonchalant 'painting fingernails' emoji.
— IRN-BRU (@irnbru) August 17, 2017
More than a few Reddit users have questioned the sources for the map, and the data behind it, with several pointing out that both North Korea and Cuba wouldn't be viable markets for the American company, and the fact that Faxe Kondi is supposedly the top drink in Greenland.
The doubts cast on the veracity of the map didn't stop thousands of proud Scots using the image to highlight the popularity of our other national drink - Irn-Bru - and it's now been shared over 10,000 times.
Map showing the most popular drinks company in each country. https://t.co/oH7Yz23GHM #maps pic.twitter.com/nrJ1Er19Uz
— OnlMaps (@onlmaps) August 16, 2017
First launched in 1901, the orange coloured soft drink has gone on to loom large in Scots culture, with many proudly championing it as part of the country's social fabric.
The drink is so popular in Scotland that it currently sits third in the best selling drinks chart for the whole of the UK, coming in just behind Coca Cola and Pepsi.