Now that's the company Yoli has contracted with to provide the bottles to attach their Blast Caps to.
So by inference we can assume then that Iron Man drinks Yoli and that's where he gets his super powers.
Well, that's the story Yoli reps are spreading around the net.
Iron Man's Magic Bottle
Recently released photos of Iron Man / Tony Stark reveal a potentially, formerly unmentioned secret to some of his super powers. If you notice in the picture below, Mr. Stark is drinking from a bottle that bears a striking resemblance to the Yoli Kor Hydration Vessel bottle:
Several problems with that analysis.
The first being, if you know anything about the Iron Man character, he doesn't possess any super powers.
It's the suit he's wearing that does.
According to the Marvel Super Hero Iron Man Facts & Stats page, among others...
Powers: Iron Man possess no super powers other than the weapons his Iron armor provides.
(According to Marvel Guide 1983 #5 Iron Man's armor is an electrically power, computer assisted exoskeleton made of iron. The armor weighs 215 pounds and has been designed to withstand a 250 pound per square inch microsecond overpressure or the equivalent of the detonation of a 100 pounds of TNT detonated at 20 feet.)
So about the only thing Yoli would do for Iron Man is make him rust.
If nobody checks or asks questions, it makes a darn good story.