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Lakan- Extra Premium Labanog

Lakan is a title of nobility given to a warrior ruler during the pre-colonial rule in the Philippines. The Lakan show exceptional character and strength.




The lambanog, a liquor that's been created during the precolonial Philippines is neither wine, nor gin, nor vodka, but in a class of its own.


It has a jammy and vanilla taste, sweet smelling but has a mighty punch when drank. "Lakan has a long and smooth finish. This liquor is subtle, yet austere and complex."

After a decade of product research and development, The Philippine Craft Distillers, Inc. was able to create Lakan- Extra Premium Lambanog.


It was not just a launch for Lakan last October 8 but a gathering of prime movers, the elite and those who simply has a quench for a vivacious lifestyle mingled and partied the night away at the posh Salon de Ning of the Manila Peninsula.

Guests enjoyed specially concocted cocktails of Lakan- tablea or chocolate drink, mango, pandan, or on the rocks. Drinks and food overflowed that night.



The Company also serenaded the crowd with their repertoire of pop music.





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