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View Poll Results: Carbonated Beberage Preferences
Brand name plain carbonated water (seltzer/club soda/sparkling water) 4 22.22%
Generic plain carbonated water 3 16.67%
Brand name flavored soft drink / pop 7 38.89%
Generic / store brand flavored soft drink 1 5.56%
A semi-carbonated (like Orangina) 1 5.56%
Other? 2 11.11%
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Old 05-31-2012, 10:48 AM   #61
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Reading Luca's post, I just remembered a soft drink I like: Brio.
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Old 05-31-2012, 10:55 AM   #62
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Reading Luca's post, I just remembered a soft drink I like: Brio.
Taxlady, can you please explain me what is this Brio?

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Taxlady, can you please explain me what is this Brio?

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It's available in many Italian cafés here. I Googled and it looks like it is Chinotto, but made in Canada by the Brio company.
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It's available in many Italian cafés here. I Googled and it looks like it is Chinotto, but made in Canada by the Brio company.
Brioschi ?
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I would like to recommend Blenheim Ginger Ale, #3
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It's available in many Italian cafés here. I Googled and it looks like it is Chinotto, but made in Canada by the Brio company.
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Brioschi ?
ROTFL It helped me a lot of times to digest abysmal lunches and be ready to go for dinner!
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Old 05-31-2012, 02:32 PM   #67
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Citrus Myrtifola

Buonasera,

Chinotto is a carbonated soft beverage from the indigenious Myrtle Orange Tree ( orange fruit ) grown in Italia, called the Citrus Myrtifola.

In Canada it is manufactured by : Brio

In Australia it is produced by: Coca Cola

In Malta it is called: Kinnie

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