Kopparberg Launch Their ‘Swedish Tastes That Translate’ Summer Campaign

What’s the Sca-ndi? 

A fun play on Northern Irish and Swedish words, Summer is set to be filled with Kopparberg lingo across Northern Ireland!

Kopparberg, the UK and Ireland’s number one premium fruit cider, is embracing its Swedish heritage this summer, introducing Swedish Tastes That Translate, an eye-catching campaign that is sure to leave you tongue-tied.

Encouraging people to enjoy a ‘Koppla Summer Scoops’, Kopparberg’s new campaign has cheekily taken some Northern Irish-isms and added a dash of Scandi-flavour, with the brand going as far as to launch its very own dictionary featuring a selection of Swedish-Northern Irish fused phrases to have some fun with, including:

  • ‘Kopp On’ – knowing there’s only one cider to order
  • ‘Koppla Scoops’ – Low key cider with your mate
  • ‘Eye-Scandi’ – very attractive looking glass of cider
  • ‘Scandilous’ – buying anything other than a cider

Sometimes things get lost in translation but the great taste of Kopparberg is universal! Bursting with the refreshing taste of summer, Kopparberg is famed for its array of fruity flavours, from the classic Strawberry & Lime to Mixed Fruits, and the tropical flavours of Passionfruit, guaranteed to awaken your taste buds.

Kopparberg is available in all major supermarkets and off trade outlets now.

Love Belfast has teamed up with Kopparberg to offer one lucky follower the opportunity to win a Kopparberg ‘Swedish Tastes That Translate’ hamper.

  • Instagram – @KopparbergIreland
  • Facebook – @KopparbergIreland
  • #Kopparberg

Enjoy Kopparberg responsibly. Visit www.drinkaware.co.

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