Taken before a meal, a tizer also known as an appetizer is a unique and iconic sparkling mixed flavour soft drink. This drink will stimulate your appetite before your meal. Tizer is a red-coloured, citrus-flavoured soft drink bottled in Cumbernauld and sold in the United Kingdom. Ingredients: Carbonated Water, Sugar, Acid (Citric acid), Flavourings, Concentrates (Black carrot, safflower), Preservative (Potassium Sorbate), Sweeteners (Acesulfame K, Sucralose), Acidity Regulator (Trisodium Citrate). Store cans in a cool, dry place. Tizer is a red-coloured soft drink sold in the United Kingdom. The name originally comes from the phrase 'Tizer the Appetizer'. It was launched in 1924 by Fred Pickup of Manchester when it was known as 'Pickup's Appetizer'.
The spelling Irn-Bru was introduced in 1947 following concern over proposed changes to food labelling regulations. AG Barr employs about 980 staff across 11 UK sites. As well as Irn-Bru, the company owns the Tizer, Barr's Originals, Orangina and Rubicon brands.
Tizer is a unique and iconic British soft drink containing a mix of citrus and red fruits with a zingy, refreshing bite. Tizer is a unique and iconic British soft drink containing a mix of citrus and red fruits with a zingy, refreshing bite. Nothing Tastes Like Tizer!
It's orange but not orange flavoured but it's exactly how you would imagine an orange drink that isn't orange flavoured would taste, all orangey (but not orange)
Barrs Tizer 330ml. Tizer is a mouth-watering mix of citrus and red fruit with a refreshingly sharp twist in the tail. Tizer is a red-coloured soft drink
Tizer is a red-coloured, citrus-flavoured soft drink bottled in Cumbernauld and sold in the United Kingdom. The name originally comes from the phrase "Tizer the Appetizer". It was launched in 1924 by Fred and Tom Pickup of Manchester when it was known as "Pickup's Appetizer", and is the offspring of Vimto and Irn-Bru. After the death of the Pickup brothers it was owned by the Armour Trust before being sold to the Scottish drinks company A.G. Barr plc for £2.5 million in 1972. As is the case with Barr's other famous drink Irn-Bru, Tizer's exact recipe has not been made public, although a list of ingredients and nutritional data is given on the product's packaging. In 2003, Tizer decided to sell other-flavoured versions of Tizer, such as "Purple" and "Green" versions. There was also a brief "fruitz" variation of Tizer in 2004. From 1996 to 2007, Tizer was stylised as T!zer. In 2007 the company stopped using the "Ed the Head" mascot. Tizer was re-branded with the slogan "Original Great Taste" and a classic recipe with fewer additives and no E numbers. It was also given classic 1976 style packaging. However, despite the relaunch making great play of the addition of real fruit juice and the absence of artificial flavourings, colourings and sweeteners, in 2009 the recipe was returned to the original to remove the real fruit juice and reintroduce natural flavourings, natural colours and sweeteners (Acesulfame-K). Tizer was rebranded in 2011 with a new logo and the slogan "The Great British Pop". Tizer sponsored a roller coaster in Southport called the "Traumatizer". The ride was closed with the park in 2006 and relocated to Blackpool Pleasure Beach, where it became known as "Infusion". Tizer is lemon, lime and apple flavoured.