Spoiler alert: tiger nuts aren't nuts, and have nothing to do with tigers. But they are stripy in a tiger-print kind of way, and they grow underground, which makes them the most glamorous tuber in our book. Creamy with a hint of sweetness, tiger nuts are used to make horchata, a speciality of the city of Valencia where they drink it over ice, and in Mexico where they serve it hot with cinnamon or vanilla.
Spring water, rice*, tiger nuts* (6%), sea salt. *organic