Lambanog refers to a Filipino local wine from the nipa or coconut sap. It is also known as Laksoy. Lambanog is mostly found in the provinces south of the Manila, like Laguna, Quezon and Batangas
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Lambanog is the Philippines coconut whiskey.

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