Kinnie is a Maltese bittersweet carbonated soft drink brewed from bitter oranges and extracts of wormwood. It was first introduced in 1952 by the brewery Simonds Farsons Cisk, and continued to be produced by Farsons in Attard, Malta.
Kinnie is brown in colour, and is drunk straight or mixed with alcohol. It holds a reputation for being Malta's favorite non-alcoholic beverage, sometimes even called the 'national soft drink.
|Kinnie full sugar||Per 100 mL|
|Total fat [g]||0,0|
|Of which saturates [g]||0,0|
|Of which sugars [g]||9,8|