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.

Spiced vinegar is a type of Philippine vinegar condiment that is made of vinegar e.g. fermented coconut sap (Cebuanosukang tuba)[1] infused with spices primarily bird's eye chili and garlic.

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").[2] Due to its popularity, the Stuart del Rosario family in 2004 had registered trademarks for sukang pinakuratsukang waykurat, and sukang kuratsoy with the Intellectual Property Office of the Philippines.

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