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It seems Michael Bublé will be getting his wish this holiday season.
The Burnaby-born singer has harboured a longstanding goal of getting customers to pronounce the beverage brand buble (pronounced bubbly) the same way as his last name (pronounced bub-lay).
And this celebratory season, it’s finally happening, thanks to a limited-edition flavour dubbed merryberrybublé.
“After years and years of correcting cans of bubly, they’ve finally given in and accepted that it should actually be spelled bublé,” Bublé, who is an ambassador for the sparkling water brand, said in a news release. “Finally, a can that is actually spelled right.”
Dressed up in a seasonal sweater pattern, the special holiday flavour release is being celebrated with a matching knitwear launch.
“I’m incredibly excited for my fellow Canadians to try my very own flavour, merryberrybuble, this holiday season — hard to believe, but it’s even better if you drink it in a matching knit,” Bublé said of the bold red design featuring holiday symbols such as gingerbread men and Christmas trees.
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