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San Pellegrino Chinotto

San Pellegrino Chinotto was created in the early 1950s in Italy.

A beverage with an unmistakable slightly bitter taste, is entirely made from Sicilian high-quality Chinotto oranges, grown at the foot of the Etna volcano (chinotto is a small bitter citrus fruit similar to an orange, giving an extraordinary distinctive bitter/sweet taste).

 

A real ‘cult drink’, Chinotto has a vast number of fans loving its unique taste.

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Italy
5 out of 5 stars
1 rating
Chinotto addict
Sep 6, 2018 at 6:20 PM
San Pellegrino Chinotto... I have found you again, at last!
Pros:
The best soft drink on the market, imo.
Cons:
Can't find it anywhere now... only here and on Amazon.ca.
Final Thoughts:
Since Nestlé took over San Pellegrino in North America, and introduced all kinds of other citrus fruity soda flavours with the San Pellegrino label (Aranciata Rossa, Melograno e Arancia, Limonata, Pompelmo, Clementina, etc., etc.) for plebian Canadian palates, the megacorp has discontinued Chinotto in Canada.

I am thrilled to find the Italian version at Vincenzo's!! So terribly happy! Brio is fine, but San Pellegrino is better! Thank you, Vincenzo's!