We have some good news to brighten up your Friday 😉

Get ready for the weekend because Somersby’s #ThatWeekendFeeling campaign is back again this year and this time, with a fun twist.

Source: Somersby Malaysia's Facebook page
Source: Somersby Malaysia’s Facebook page

#ThatWeekendFeeling was launched in 2015 and thanks to its popularity, Somersby decided to continue the well-loved campaign by unveiling its revolutionary drinking ritual – Somerita, a fun way to drink your favourite cider, served upside down over crushed ice. And guess what? This refreshing cocktail is available in selected modern bars and restaurants across Malaysia!

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That’s not all, fans of the sweet cider are encouraged to share their “weekend feeling” to stand a chance to win exciting prizes. The top 3 posts with the highest likes will win a party worth RM1,500 each in the month of August while the top 30 posts with the highest likes will be able to attend a BBQ and food truck party in the month of September.

To join, simply visit www.somersby.com.my/thatweekendfeeling to create your GIF and spread it on you social media with the hashtag, #ThatWeekendFeeling 🙂 Sounds easy, right?

The good news doesn’t stop there, the previously limited edition Blackberry cider is now available permanently across major supermarkets! Fruity flavoured with a breadth of freshness and a mild taste of blackberry, Somersby Blackberry with its 4.5% alcohol content, lives up to its reputation of spreading joy and sunny togetherness wherever it is served.

Somersby cider is now available in more than 43 countries while Malaysia is the 4th country in Asia with this offering.

Somersby Blackberry

Can the weekend come already, please?

For more information, visit Somerby Malaysia’s official website and Facebook page.

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Estee Ang
Love new experiences and the colour purple. Did I also mention that I am obsessed with K-pop as much as I am with food?