Monday, May 07, 2007

Cold maltese drink anyone??

Kinnie is a famous Maltese drink it is a drink which you either like immediately or not.... i love it. It has a bitterly refreshing taste.

11 comments:

Abraham Lincoln said...

I have never tasted Kinnie and wondered if it tastes anything like beer or something else we might know about here in the US? It does sound lika a beer name I have heard before though I don't drink beer except once or twice a year when I go to the Veterans of Foreign Wars club or somebody gives me a bottle of beer when visiting. I never liked the taste much. It is like drinking water soaked in dirty socks. I might like beer from places who know how to make beer. I don't think what we get is good.

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The Salems said...

Kinnie the drink with a Kick maybe ... i wonder if it's exported to UK.

Dina said...

abraham, it is more like what you call pop, not a beer.

the salems, it is not exported to the uk.

marie6 said...

That's a really good idea posting a photo of our own local soft drink, you should post one of twistees next as that's another item which is not exported, although I don't know why not?

Dina said...

marie6, that is really a good idea and it should be exported as they are very good!!

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James&Kay said...

Thank you,Dina...Finally,you showed your happy & harmony family photo (I've been waiting for it) Your guys looks gorgeous and so sweet and I'm so sorry to drop comment here as I don't have Google account. We would be glad to meet you when we visit Malta oneday and hope you don't mind to meet us :)

Dina said...

james&kay,
would be nice to meet you too

April said...

Oh yes, I've tasted Kinny when we were in Malta and it's a pity that it is not exported. I would buy it if I could because I liked it.

Lothiane said...

I'd love to try Kinnie! Never heard of it... I guess there aren't much chance of finding it in Norwegian stores. :)