This cloudy, locally brewed wheat bear is made with clove, coriander, and orange peel.
It's no surprise if this sounds and tastes familiar to the other popular imported wheat beers widely available in Malaysia - it's meant to be competing in the same category, at a different price point.
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At 5% ABV, I've seen it at a kopitiam recently selling for RM9 for a small bottle, just a few ringgit more than the usual Tiger Beer. At some kopitiams I've visited, it's even priced the same (maybe as an introductory offer)!
Fun fact: Malaysia (and Singapore) will be the first countries to have this new variant. Something to brag about, perhaps?
Like Tiger Radler, I would have it ice cold. It's very easy to drink.
You'll be able to find Tiger White in bars and stores across the country.
Give it a go and let me know what you think about it.
For more: www.tigerbeer.com.my