I think bottled sardines makers earn from me. Ever morning, I love having sardines and brown rice. The sardines that I especially want are those that come in bottles. For those who do not know about this, there is also what they call Gourmet Tuyo. It’s tuyo (dried fish) that comes in a bottle. The brand that pushed this Gourmet Tuyo is Gustazo.

Gustazo Products

Gustazo Products

The gourmet tuyo comes in mild or hot variants. I actually like the hot variant better, since I love spicy food. It gives that extra kick and gives the dish personality. It also goes well with rice!

Gustazo Gourmet Tuyo, Pmodoro Tinapa, Bagoong

Gustazo Gourmet Tuyo, Pmodoro Tinapa, Bagoong

Gustazo also came up with other flavors and variants like Pomodoro Tinapa and Chunky Bagoong. You will love the Pinoy flavors oozing from these two bottled variants. The bagoong is a great compliment for Kare-kare!

For those Pinoys visiting the Philippines, this is a good product to buy and bring back to your country of origin. This is a nice pasalubong for our other Filipinos who are abroad and who miss the Philippines.

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Ginger is the General Manager of ManilaWorkshops.com. She is also the co-founder of a tech start-up company called Turn Up Trumps, Inc. She is a business coach and has her own program called Love the Leap. She has been a blogger since 2005, writing for MommyGinger.com, ManilaFitness.com and ManilaReviews.com. She graduated MA in Communications Major in Integrated Marketing Communications from the University of Asia and the Pacific. She worked as an account executive for a couple of ad agencies. She also managed a food franchise store. Her longest corporate stint was as a product manager for a known bank in the Philippines.

4 Responses

  1. rein

    their bottled tinapa is a winner. i’ve tried it once for pasta, I added capers, black olives and sundried tomatoes, and little or more shrimps… it tasted excellent :)

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  2. tess

    where can i buy bottled tinapa and how much? what is your landline?
    tess

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