From 23rd June – 23rd July the simple and stylish Rekorderlig sampling vehicle will grace a number of cities in the UK, including visiting Rose Lane in Canterbury on 2nd July, on where guests will be able to immerse themselves in Scandinavian style, drink, and culture.
Spot the Swedish style wooden holiday hut-styled van in your local city, and lose yourself in it’s backdrop of a beautiful Swedish vista, decorated in flowers.
Inspired by the cool, effortless Scandinavian lifestyle, Lagom is the theory that “just enough” is the perfect amount of everything, with a lack of fussiness being key.
The theory is an overarching approach to living your life with a foundation of contentment and perfect balance believing if you take just enough from life for yourself, you leave enough for others to be happy.
The tour will offer guests a chance to enjoy the relaxed, altruistic Swedish lifestyle while enjoying the refreshingly balanced flavours of Rekorderlig.
Throughout the tour, the bar will serve a range of Rekorderlig Cider, and guests will be able enjoy the three steps to the perfect serve as they choose their favourite flavours and fruits.
We have teamed up with the Beautifully Swedish cider brand to give one lucky winner a crate of Rekorderlig Cider to enjoy in the sun.
The Lagom Tour will be visiting Rose Lane, Canterbury on 2nd July, between 12 – 8pm. For more information on the Lagom Tour’s whereabouts please visit: www.facebook.com/Rekorderlig
One entry per person. Terms and conditions apply.
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