Enamored, enchanted and thoroughly impressed are the words I’d use to best describe my Budbud Suman sampling experience. All 16 variants were exceptional in their own right. Each one was distinct, with their own flavor profile, taste and texture. Not one was better than the other. On the palate, one could deduce that the ingredients used were premium, and that the cooking process was masterfully executed.
The culinary artists behind Budbud Gourmet Suman surely know how to bend traditions to new heights of brilliance.
Budbud kabog, bingka dawa, suman—many names for this type of Pinoy rice cake but what I’d like to call it really is delicious!
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Hoping to bring something they have long enjoyed in their provicne (Dumaguete) to Manila, Giannina Ocampo VanHoven's family decided to make and sell flavored suman.
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A must-try Dumaguete delicacy is the budbud, a rice cake traditionally made with rice cooked with coconut milk, sugar, and a bit of salt.
Picture a steamy bowl of champorado, with its stick-to-your-ribs heartiness and robust tsokolate flavor, plus salty tuyo on the side for the savory twist Filipinos love.
Ang Budbud Kabog ay kakaiba sa mga ordinaryong suman na gawa sa bigas or malagkit dahil itong Budbod Kabog ay gawa naman sa millet seed na marami duon sa Negros.
Gourmet Budbud offers the best of its kind in the country! Enjoy it with a hot cup of coffee or tsokolate. Have it for breakfast, dessert, or for a satisfying afternoon snack.
I tried and got reacquainted with some of the items but what stood out was the Budbud Gourmet Suman stall. I know this has been around for several years in the Salcedo and Legazpi markets but was quite surprised by the number of variants they have now.