Mama Sita’s Heirloom Rice Champorado (Pure Tablea Cacao + Rice) - Balatinaw
Grown in Bauko, Mountain Province, Balatinaw is one of the most visually-striking rice varities with its deep purple color flecked with brown. It is brewed in clay jars for 20 days to make the wine called tapuy and the fermented rice residue is enjoyed separately as lepeg. Mama Sita's Heirloom Rice Champorado - Balatinaw combines this dark rice with pure dark chocolate cacao for a champorado that is a unique and delicious experience.
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Ingredients/raw materials used:
Heirloom Rice (Balatinaw Variety), Cane Sugar And Tablea (cacao Mass)
Major Export Markets:
FDA-LTO/CPR, HACCP, Halal, FSSC, GMP
Minimum Order Size:
Cereals, Grains And Starch
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