The myrtle-leaf orange tree, or Chinotto, is a Slow Food Presidia cultivated in the Ligurian Riviera. Slightly more bitter than an orange and tartness resembling a lime, this soda has a very unique flavor.
BALADIN BALADIN CEDRATA
Baladin's Cedrata gets its distinct flavor and aroma from the Calabrian citron fruit. Made from the simplest ingredients - water, natural brown sugar, lemon juice, carbon dioxide and an infusion of the Diamante citron, Cedrata is a unique drink with an unmistakable taste.
LURISIA CHINOTTO TONIC WATER
Exceptionally dry with chinotto notes, Lurisia’s Acqua Tonica is uniquely refreshing. The Slow Food Presidium chinnoto used by Lurisia are sour and bitter. Combined with water from Lurisia’s own Fonte Santa Barbara, the citrus notes and bitter quinine make for a tonic with a truly Italian essence.
Made from the Sfusato lemons from the Amalfi coast which are succulent, tart and sweet and mineral water from Lurisia, Gazzosa is an amazingly refreshing soft drink.
A misleading name because this soft drink does not actually have ginger in it, Baldin's Ginger is flavoured with bitter and sweet oranges from Gargano PGI in Puglia, along with spices and vanilla giving it a distinctive aroma and flavour.
BALADIN SPUMA NERA
Spuma Nera, or Dark Foam, may be considered the "mother" of chinotto. Slightly bitter yet subtly sweet, the infusion of myrtle-leaf, orange zest, and rhubarb has an unusual yet refreshing taste.
TASSONI TASSONI CEDRATA
Pleasantly effervescent, sweet, and slightly sour, this soda dates back to 1956. Using the Diamante variety of citron from the southern region of Calabria and served in a bottle with a slightly rough surface, this vintage Italian soft drink is a refresher that you won’t forget.