Tiro fruit beverages are refreshing and trendy, it blends a natural talent for taste with a sparkly desire for authentic experience, transforming every occasion and gathering into an exciting moment. Tiro is Australia’s pioneer in authentic sparkling fruit drinks.



A local twist on an old Italian favourite, Tiro Chinotto is a must have for any die-hard pizza night.



What to look for in this product:

High quality chinotto oranges that are handpicked and squeezed giving an extraordinary distinctive bittersweet aftertaste
•A dry cola taste with a strong citrus tang with no artificial flavour and colourings


Suggested uses:

•Serve with a slice of lemon
•A good substitute for big-brand soft drinks laden with artificial ingredients.
•We recommend adding fruit beverages to the menu at parties as a good substitute for alcoholic drinks
•If cocktails are your thing, then don’t forget that any cocktail is only as good as the high quality mixer that is used
Size 6x330ml

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Australian Pure Waters is a Australian family owned company that has focused on delivering highest quality local water and water-based beverages to consumers since 1991.  Its water is sourced from a granite acquifer deep within the Strathbogie ranges in Central Victoria, Australia.  The isolation of the spring ensures its purity. 



In the mid 90s, Australian Pure Waters conceived Tiro beverages in answer to the consumers call for a carbonated drink that contained real fruit juice made from innovative flavours.  A family history rich with experience in beverage production, along with strict operating standards and a very detailed selection of high quality ingredients, results in exceptional Tiro Sparkling fruit beverages.



Did you know?

  • Grapefruit got its name from the way it grows in clusters (like grapes) in the tree
  • Chinotto is marketed as lemon lime soda as replacement for Sprite in some South American countries. Sprite uses the name Chinotto in Venezuela.