The company behind fortified wine Buckfast is getting into the festive spirit this year and has proposed the idea of their very own Coca Cola truck – and the tongue-in-cheek idea has been well received.
The producers of the drink – which was originally made by monks at Buckfast Abbey – posted onto their Facebook page yesterday an edited picture of a truck, with “Buckfast Tonic Wine” printed on the side.
It is captioned: “Imagine looking out your window to see this.”
Unfortunately, the real Coca Cola truck will not be touring this year due to coronavirus restrictions, but this has not stopped the wine brand from spreading some Christmas fun.
The post has already been liked nearly 1.5k times and has received hundreds of comments and shares, with people tagging their friends in the photo.
One commented: “I got hungover looking at this picture.”
Another person said they wished the truck was real while someone else wrote: “You’d think all your Christmases had come at once.”
This isn’t the only festive post the company have put on their Facebook.
On December 8, they shared photos of some creative Christmas trees – all made from empty bottles of Buckfast.
The post, captioned “Christmas Bucky trees. A thing of beauty” has had nearly 700 shares, and people are loving it.
One person commented: “Some festive ideas for all those empties!”