I have always been a big fan of the Brio carbonated beverage. Contrary to what I’d always thought, it seems that Brio, despite its Italian-style packaging, is only sold in Canada — in Italy it’s called Chino, after the small bitter citrus fruit that provides its distinctive taste.
It’s hard to describe the taste of the chinotto fruit, and it’s certainly not something that everyone enjoys. It’s sort of like drinking mild paint thinner, but in a pleasant way.
Because the Chinotto is sold in non-refillable cans and is carbonated, it’s technically illegal under Prince Edward Island’s Litter Control Regulations. As such, I’ll leave it to you to figure out where to get your clandestine Chinotto high.