A new beverage is in town - lalok (high) juice, which is priced at a whopping RM120 a bottle, reported Harian Metro.
The paper added that three "scientists" came up with the drink - a concoction of water, ketamine and ecstasy - which was intended to be sold at clubs and discotheques.
Three suspects were nabbed after a police team from the Kuala Lumpur Criminal Investigation Department (CID) raided apartments in Jalan Pudu on Sunday.
The suspects reportedly filled the concoction in berry juice bottles to avoid detection.
The police seized 91 such bottles, as well as 250 erimin-5 pills, 203 packets of ketamine, 250 ecstasy pills and 300g of ecstasy powder.
Police believe the syndicate, which has been active for the past two months, was raking in over RM50,000 a month.