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Friday, March 21, 2014

Philippine fruit liquer and wines at Sikat Pinoy National Food Fair 2014

I have tried a sip of our local wines and its good! my first fave is the dragon fruit wine, I tasted it during in a wine appreciation class in Sofitel Manila, according to the French connoisseur in Spiral, we don't have grapes here in the Philippines, but we have lots of fruits that can be produce and process it to wine, we pinoys really got the skills in making our own wines.

Let's support our national food produced and products this March 26-30, 2014 in SM Megatrade Hall 1-3 for the Sikat Pinoy National Food Fair.


PHILIPPINE FRUIT LIQUERS AND WINES. Lambanog, tuba, basi, laksoy, tapey—these are some of the common indigenous liquors that are part of our Filipino drinking culture. Now, tapping into a rich variety of tropical fruits, local wine makers are creating interesting and exotic flavors to delight connoisseurs. Discover liquer de calamansi, mango rum liquer, coffee liquer, bugnay wine, and other spirits that can liven up any celebration by introducing a fresh taste as well as a conversation piece. Fruit liquers and wines will be among the many products that will be on exhibit at the upcoming Sikat Pinoy National Food Fair to be held from March 26-30, 2014, at SM Megatrade Halls 1-3, 5th Level, Building B, SM Megamall, Mandaluyong City.

With about half of Filipino MSMEs (micro, small, and medium enterprises) in the food and beverage sector, the Department of Trade & Industry’s Bureau of Domestic Trade (DTI-BDT) is bringing together more than 200 exhibitors from the country’s 16 regions to showcase the best of Philippine food products, promote the country as a culinary destination, and provide business opportunities to entrepreneurs nationwide.

Dubbed Piling-Piling Pagkaing Pilipino, this edition of the Sikat Pinoy National Food Fair will showcase a seafood pavilion as well as a pili nut pavilion. Also available will be coffee from Benguet, unoy rice from Kalinga, empanada from Ilocos, longanisa from Vigan, Ivatan yellow rice from Batanes, sans rival from Pampanga, cashew nuts from Palawan, smoked fish from Cavite, suman sa lihiya from Oriental Mindoro, laing and pinangat from Albay, snack food from Iloilo, chicharon from Cebu, moron from Leyte, juices from Zamboanga, processed meat from Misamis Oriental, coco sugar from Davao del Sur, tablea from Agusan del Sur, and many more mouthwatering delicacies from all over the country.

For more information, contact the DTI-Bureau of Domestic Trade at telephone no. 751-3223, fax no. 751-3224, or email For updates on Sikat Pinoy events, please “Like” the Facebook page

Azrael Coladilla is the blogger and founder of Azrael's Merryland Blog. This blog started as a personal blog in 2003, and then converted the blog into a lifeblog about his interest and reporting about pop culture, lifestyle, entertainment, technology, food, travel, toys, outdoor adventure, internet and social media. Awarded as the 2009 Most Influential Blogger for Luzon, Philippines, awarded by the Philippine Blog Awards. He is the founder of several online communities - Manila Bloggers Network, Philippine Bloggers Network, Oh My Food! community, Cavite Bloggers, Travel and Blog Community, and Philippine ToyCon. Azrael's Merryland Blog is included in a list of top 50 Blogs in the Philippines , ranked 65th in Top 100 Blogs that Matter , 49 must read lifestyle blog in the Philippines. and rank 40th in 100 Top Philippine Blogs by Feedspot.
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