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BUTTER COOKIES

Lengua de gato
LENGUA DE GATO
From our trips to Baguio City, we would always bring home a jar or two of these thin, crisp, buttery cookies. They were and still are a popular pasalubong (gift). They taste so heavenly and practically melt in your mouth that one can easily eat a whole dozen without realizing it.

In recreating these gems, we added a little zing by tossing in coarsely ground roasted cocoa nibs.




SAMPAGUITA




Sampaguitas
Sampaguita is the national flower of the Philippines. This is our interpretation of the melt-in-your-mouth cookie named after it. And you guessed it; ours is loaded with coconut!

Soft and chewy, these treats are best described as a cross between coconut macaroons and butter cookies. These are popular at our market booths as well as special orders for weddings and other occasions.







Polvorones
Our polvoron is closer to the original Spanish version which is a shortbread than the Philippine candy made with powdered milk and toasted flour. But similar to the Philippine version, it is soft, crumbly, buttery and just melts in your mouth.

Currently, we have two flavors. One is dotted with milk chocolate chunks. And the other is loaded with coconut and swirls of ube. 

POLVORONES WITH COCONUT AND UBE
POLVORON WITH MILK CHOCOLATE CHUNKS