Growing up with parents who love native delicacies, I got to try them at a very young age and since then, I liked it! So when I discovered about how Senyor Juan Suman Latik gave twist with native delicacies, I got interested.
Native delicacies usually originate from provinces and each have their own pride. There are suman, bibingka, cassava cake, sapin-sapin and a lot more! My parents are both from Bohol, so it’s no surprise they know almost all kinds of native delicacies.
I brought them with me as we tried products from Senyor Juan Suman Latik and we actually got curious on how these twists would add to the flavor.
Must-Try in Senyor Juan Suman Latik
They offer Suman Latik in Original Flavor which is already good as it is.
Original Suman Latik
But they have Espesyal Suman Latik variants that have twists in your original Suman Latik.
Espesyal Ube Macapuno Suman Latik (Best seller)
Espesyal Leche Flan Suman Latik
They also offer Espesyal Mangga Suman Latik but it wasn’t available when we went. Another variant is their fried suman.
Fried Suman Latik Cheese
Fried Suman Latik Chocolate
It is also perfect to eat on the go with their Ready-to-Eat boxes and for pasalubongs in boxes of 6 and 12. I brought a box so my family could enjoy it at home as well. Hehe.
For drinks, they offer Signature Barako Coffee and Iced Cold Barako Coffee but we opted to try the juices instead. The flavors available are Dalandan Honey Juice (I personally like this!) and Mangosteen Dalandan Honey Juice.
They are currently available in branches in SM Mall of Asia, Dasmariñas Branch, Market Market, Taguig, 500 SHAW Zentrum, SM North Edsa, Porta Vaga Mall, Baguio, SM Sta Rosa, SM San Lazaro, SM Southmall, SM City Batangas, SM City Lipa, SM Center, Las Piñas, Central Mall and Salitran. More branches are coming up soon!
My family definitely loved the goodies for merienda. It was too sweet for me and my mama, but my brothers surely liked it. Haha.
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