Madame Tiger
$6.00 RRP $5.30 Members

Available: In Stock

Tiger Nut Milk
Original | Organic
1 Litre

This tasty 'milk' has the protein, vitamins and minerals to rival full cream cow’s milk, making it a great substitute for kids with a dairy allergy. Packing a protein punch, it's great for protein shakes and for smoothies.

(6 Per Order Max)

The benefits.

  • Aids digestion and slows the rate that sugar is absorbed into the bloodstream (fibre in tiger nuts)
  • Helps to build muscle (protein in tiger nuts and faba bean protein)
  • May help reduce inflammation (monounsaturated fats in olive oil)
  • Helps keep your nervous system functioning and your muscles strong (potassium and magnesium in tiger nuts)
  • Contributes to the normal function of cells and energy, and helps to reduce tiredness (iron and phosphorus in tiger nuts)

What goes in.

Water, tiger nuts (12%), faba bean protein, Australian olive oil, demerara sugar, minerals (potassium, calcium, phosphorous), sea salt, vitamins (vitamin B5, vitamin B2, vitamin D, vitamin B12). 

What's kept out.

Gluten, dairy and soy

Did you know?

Madame Tiger's Barista Tiger Nut milk happens to be the most sustainable milk to pair with your coffee. That's right, lowest water footprint and lowest climate footprint. 

Geography.

Tiger nuts are grown in Burkina Faso, Africa.

Hot tip.

Perfect on your muesli, smoothie or for the real deal plant milk enthusiasts, throw down a good old glass of milk (minus the cow!). 

Madame Tiger

Madame Tiger strives to bring you healthy, sustainable food and drink options using the superfood, Tiger Nuts. Madame Tiger is a brand that was born out of a passion for healthy food and obsessively tinkering around with recipes involving weird and wonderful ingredients. Laura was first introduced to tiger nuts by her father in law. Tiger nuts were a staple in his diet growing up in Mali, West Africa as a snack food, a flour for cooking and a milk product. They started sharing this new superfood find with family and friends, the more we shared it, the more it became obvious that the health and sustainability creds of tiger nuts were almost too good to be true, and they needed to somehow introduce these little gems to the Australian market.