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2.20.2015

Foodie Goodie | Rosing's Champoy.

My husband loves tamarind as much as I do. And so whenever I have the chance, I send some of his favorite tamarind candy to Korea.

Like today, for instance. His cousin flew back to Seoul this afternoon (he came home with his Korean wife for a few days and celebrated the Lunar New Year here in the Philippines), and he brought with him a few bags of my husband's favorite Rosing's Champoy.
Rosing's Champoy - Spicy and Original flavor.
 Php 150 per 450g pouch.
A product of San Pablo City, Rosing's Champoy is widely popular for its balanced zing of tartness, sweetness, and saltiness. These homemade goodies are really yummy, you'd want to eat more, and more, and more. 'Hahanap-hanapin mo ang sarap', as one friend puts it. :)
Bite-sized and seedless. :)
Named after its proprietor, Rosita Lasco, Rosing's Champoy was launched as a marginal livelihood project in 2002. Eight years later, they added the Peanut Brittle to their product line.
Rosing's Peanut Brittle.
Php 120 per 160g pouch.
And boy, oh boy, Rosing's Peanut Brittle is not like any other peanut brittle that I've tried before. The texture is quite similar to Violet Crumble - crumbly, honeycomb toffee center sans the chocolate coating. 
Rosing's Peanut Brittle.
As of 2011, Rosing's Champoy has been operating under license by the Bureau of Food and Drugs (BFAD). Their products have also been tested by the Department of Science and Technology (DOST) and have undergone quality control for shelf life and nutrition facts.
Goodies from Rosing's!
Thinking of buying a bag or two? You'd be glad to know that Rosing's Champoy is available at SM Supermarkets. Or if you're in Cebu, you can buy these goodies at all Islands Pasalubong branches. Or better yet, you can order them online! :)

Rosing's Champoy
788 Macapagal St., City Subdivision, San Pablo City, Laguna
(049) 562 3004


14 replies:

Bismah Abdelgawad said...

I really like peanut brittle! The other sweets also look very tasty. I have such a weakness for anything sweet.

Lame Shrill Owl said...

Those all look so yummy. I just promised my son that I was going to take him to a candy store so we can do a review of it.
_Jessica

April said...

I've never tried those. Looks very yummy though!

Lisa said...

My hubby would love that peanut brittle.

Christy Garrett said...

Yummy treats. I hope your husband enjoys his goodies.

debdenny said...

Fantastic treats, I am glad you can get them online.

Janna Joshelle P. said...

Bite sized & seedless?!
Oh where have you been all my life tamarind candy?!

Too bad that isn't available in Zamboanga. We have different tamarind candy here, plenty to choose from too BUT none in the seedless variety where you can just keep popping them into your mouth without the hassle of having to dispose of seeds afterwards...

Esther said...

I have never been a fan of brittle but wow those Rosing's Champoy in the first picture look and sound so delicious! I have to try them!!

Esther said...

I have never been a fan of brittle but wow those Rosing's Champoy in the first picture look and sound so delicious! I have to try them!!

Esther said...

I have never been a fan of brittle but wow those Rosing's Champoy in the first picture look and sound so delicious! I have to try them!!

ReviewsSheROTE Pamela R said...

It all looks DELISH!

Badet Siazon said...

Nung una mo pa lang pinost yan, takam na takam na ako sis. Bakit pala yung isa Champoy Sampalok tapos yung isa Sampalok Champoy?

EG said...

the peanut brittle looks good! Yum!

Czjai Reyes-Ocampo said...

Sis Badet, honga no? Haha! Teka itatanong ko kay Lola Rosing. :D

Sis Earth, it tastes even better than it looks, promise! :)