Tiger Energy Drink

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Tiger Energy Drink
Tiger Energy Drink.png
Type Energy drink
Country of origin  Poland
VariantsSugar Free, Cola, Lime, Mango
Website Tiger Energy Drink Official Website

Tiger is an energy drink, produced by Polish company Maspex.



Tiger has been branded with a nickname of Polish boxer Dariusz 'Tiger' Michalczewski and promoted with the slogan: "Power is back!” The boxer granted license for the drink manufacturing, distribution and promotion to Maspex company in 2010. The old manufacturer has been forbidden by Polish courts to refer to the brand in any manner. [1] [2]

Tiger is being exported to several countries in the world, including the UK.[ citation needed ]


Tiger is rich in B vitamins, taurine and caffeine (32 mg/100ml).[ citation needed ]

List of ingredients

Nutrition value in 100ml

Energy: 195kL / 46kcal

  • Protein: 0g
  • Carbohydrate: 10.8g of which sugar: 10.8g
  • Fat: 0g of which saturated fatty acids: 0g
  • Fibre: 0g
  • Sodium: 0.1g
  • Vitamins: Niacin 7.9 mg (44%*), panthotenic acid 1.98 mg (44%*), vitamin B6 2.0 mg (100%*), vitamin B12 0.2μg (20%*).

(*) - % of recommended daily allowance (RDA).

Drink is marketed to sportsmen, and people during increased physical performance or mental effort. [3]


Tiger Energy Drink Tiger Energy Drink cans.jpg
Tiger Energy Drink




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  1. Polish Court Decision (PL)
  2. "Vital Enzyme".
  3. Information from Tiger can