Tuesday, June 16, 2009
Laksoy is a liquor commonly found/made in Butuan and other Caraga areas. I happen to pass by a local store selling Butuanon pasalubongs ("presents") at Gaisano mall and saw these prettily packaged bottles of Laksoy. It was a good thing because I planned on making a post about this Butuanon drink and didn't realized there are flavored varieties available in the market.
Laksoy is also known as Nipa wine, or palm liquor. These flavored ones are priced at 150 to 200 pesos. The middle one being the most expensive in the store. I wonder what these taste like. I've tried the pure laksoy and I liked it. Delish. But I better stop because I'll expand on this post tomorrow.