Thursday, March 03, 2011

SUMILAO CORN COFFEE | The "Native Corn Coffee" that is Best for Me

As far as my memory can grasp today, I remember that my old folks regularly drink corn coffee during breakfast and even in the lazy hour in the afternoon just to  remove the dizziness. This corn coffee was popularly called as a "Native Coffee" by the old folks in Cagayan de Oro, the place where I was being raised by my parents. I first tasted this "Native Coffee" when I was at 7 years old and grade 1 pupil. The flavor is so natural and they recalled it to me that the native coffee has no preservatives and it was manually and carefully processed to attain its true flavor through the process of roasting. 

I've seen how my grandmother roasted the corn, grind them and until it became ready for boiling process. That time, we pour the boiled native coffee through  a sieving aluminum tool to filter the course granules to a cup and that was the time when a native coffee is ready to drink. You can even smell the natural aroma of a native coffee. I drink corn coffee or the "native coffee" until college, but sometime in 1987, I eventually stopped drinking corn coffee when my father introduced to me the instant coffee. When I was diagnosed in 2004 that I have a toxic goiter, the doctor restricted me not to drink instant coffee anymore because it can cause palpitation on my part that will further cause heart enlargement if I continue to drink instant coffee. After 3 years of medication, I am already back to normal.


In 2008, when I joined a religious group here in Bukidnon, I learned a lot from them aside from being a vegetarian and I discovered that the group  preferred to drink corn coffee which they bought from a local superstore. I tasted  it and it was really has a natural aroma that made me to add more until 3 cups. I discovered also that I did not experienced palpitation after drinking 3 cups.

Now that I learned that there is this product the Sumilao Corn Coffee which is made from carefully selected organic sida-sida kernels, the local name of the native yellow corn in  Sumilao, Bukidnon. I found a new partner for my breakfast, a new "Native Corn Coffee" that is meticulously roasted to perfection. So, with the presence of my coffee maker, I will not  undergo a tedious process anymore in boiling it and have it sieve through an aluminum filter, since I will now have it brewed first before drinking it. 

A brewed "Native Sumilao Corn Coffee" with a natural aroma, it contains a natural ingredients, no harmful chemicals, purely organic product, caffeine free and healthier alternative from an instant coffee and a coffee that is best for me and my health. So, what are you waiting for? Grab now and be the first.

You may visit them at the Kaamulan Ground Display today, or visit their site http://www.sumilaofarm.com/   for more information.
Note:
Native means local or home made.

15 Con Tour Passers by:

  1. First time to hear about corn coffee, mukhang masarap :)I had tried coffee made from toasted rice before.

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  2. hi claire. Actually I cannot distinguish which one is more tasteful. I am used to this one, the corn coffee. Puede rin tayong mag brewing process nito with a coffee maker.:-).

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  3. Very interesting product. Does it have caffeine? I have successfully weaned myself off coffee and taking anything with caffeine makes me dizzy. Would love to try this though.

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  4. Hello parker. I already tasted this one. You can also try roasting in your place and have it grind. There is no caffeine in it as they said:-).

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  5. i love coffee, and i will definitely buy this pagbalik ko ng mindanao. thanks for sharing sir.

    meron pa nga akong cornfee from butuan, i bought a lot when i was in surigao last year, pinamigay ko sa mga friends

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  6. ok lang james. If you come back here in Bukidnon, try to drop by here in Malaybalay City. Bigyan na lang kita pre. Just txt us, I'll inform the Bukidnon Blogger Group if you are coming.:-).

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  7. i wonder if it's sold anywhere in Manila, i would like to give my dad para maiba naman! healthy coffee! nice!!!

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  8. Christian. Punta ka dito minsan. Tikman natin. How about that? Landscape photography?:-).

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  9. hello PBJ. This product was just launched recently by the owners and hopefully that it will reach up to the manila market.:-). Para naman makatikim pre.:-).

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  10. Owww... it reminds me again during my yester-years. We used to drink corn coffee during breakfast. Masarap talaga, even without coffee-mate...I'll try to buy this Sumilao corn coffee on my way home in one of my trips from cdo via Bukidnon. Wla pa kasi ito dito sa'min :-). After college up to now, we switched to instant / 3-in-1 coffee but not more that a cup per day.

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  11. diamond_beau.

    we have the same experiences pala. 3 in 1 din ang na introduce na papa ko. Pero sa ngayon, shifting lang muna. Totoo yan, masarap siya kahit na wala creamer.:-). Kumusta na? Hindi na nasundan blog mo ah. Busy?

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  12. Hi! Yes, I'm so busy these days taking a hard time balancing my call of duties both work & family. (:D) Buti kapa, with too much time doing things you like most. Good for you!

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  13. Hi! This is the first time I've read about a person who wants to try our corn coffee because of a health condition... I learned a lot from your blog, especially on the negative effect of drinking instant coffee and about toxic goiter. Thanks for enlightening me... Even if it takes time to brew corn coffee, it still is better in the long run because it can help us avoid palpitations and other diseases... Thanks so much for this continuing lesson and inspiration. :)

    - Cheenee (Managing Director)

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  14. Its ok cheenee Otarra. Hope to taste it again, a corn coffee of Sumilao, hehehe.:-) Thank you for visiting.

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