Suka Pinakurat is a variety of vinegar which is actually a fermented coconut sap originating from Iligan City Philippines. Fondly called as a derivation of "sukang tuba", the vinegar is not really sour but more of spicy and chilli.
A variation of spiced vinegar was popularized by Rene Jose B. Stuart del Rosario of Iligan City in 2000 where the spices are finely chopped possibly with the use of a blender or food processor. This is now a mass-produced product under the brand name Sukang Pinakurat (derived from the Cebuano word kurat, meaning to "surprise" or "frighten"). Due to its popularity, the Stuart del Rosario family in 2004 had registered trademarks for sukang pinakurat, sukang waykurat, and sukang kuratsoy with the Intellectual Property Office of the Philippines.