MONI drinks show your true colours

By Ilia L. Likou ,

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MONI consists of five different flavours including, Le Moana (Blue), Le Afi (Red) , Le La (Yellow), Le Mauga (Green) and Le Masina (White).

Samoa Breweries hosted a tasting of their newly-available alcoholic product called ‘MONI’ at their headquarters at Vaitele on Friday.   

MONI consists of five different flavours including, Le Moana (Blue), Le Afi (Red) , Le La (Yellow), Le Mauga (Green) and Le Masina (White).

The new product will diversify the options Samoa already has available and will add that  extra, island flavour. 

According to staff, the different colours to choose from, have their own meanings.  

‘Blue’ shows strong desire to influence others so that they lead more significant lives. People who choose blue do well motivating and interacting with others and also seek harmonious relationships, are true romantics who believe in love that lasts forever.

‘Red’ is a single most dynamic and passionate colour and symbolizes love, rage and courage and the desire to experience the fullness of living leads to constant activity.

EAGER TASTERS: Seteuati Mau and Ui Tavo.
EAGER TASTERS: Seteuati Mau and Ui Tavo.
PICK A COLOUR: Filimoni Pelenato, Tolai Seve, Carlos Sialaoa and Charlie Sanalele.
PICK A COLOUR: Filimoni Pelenato, Tolai Seve, Carlos Sialaoa and Charlie Sanalele.

‘Yellow’ is truly joyous and radiant colour. 

It signifies communication, enlightment, sunlight and spirituality. Choosing yellow means you are Intellectual high imaginative and idealistic, you have a cheerful spirit and an expectation of greater happiness.

And if you are always seeking knowledge and understanding, ‘Green’ is the right one for you.

Goodness purity and innocence comes from ‘White’ because it seeks excellence and enlightenment in all values. And just as black signifies total absorption, white is total reflection.

The five different flavours are now distributed and available at many of Samoa Breweries outlets shops and supermarket in the country at  very affordable prices.

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