■ 百年古法麥芽 Traditional malt sugar
■ 日曬海鹽Sun-dried sea salt
With the pulp of local, fully ripened Aiwen mangoes and dried mango slices complemented by maltose made from ancient recipe and almond nuts, its taste on entering the mouth is crisp and rich, with warm, rich and gentle layers of fruit aroma.
Traditional malt sugar
Traditional malt sugar is different from the sweeteners used in the modern food industry. It is made up of wheat and glutinous rice and is made through a series of processes that include sprouting, juice extraction, soaking, slow-cooking and filtering, lasting about 7 days in total and producing a full and rich flavour. As malt sugar has good moisture retention properties and its sweetness is only 40% of cane sugar’s, it is not overly sweet, making it very suitable for creating desserts.
Xinzhuang used to be the main production district of traditional malt in Taiwan. With the development of the modern food industry, the use of refined starch as well as sweeteners derived through chemical methods have almost completely replaced the use of traditional malt, causing traditional malt factories to gradually close down. In order to preserve the traditional technique of making malt sugar, we choose to use the malt from YF Maltose, which follows the family's century-old method and does not contain artificial additives, as the mian ingredient for the product. With this, the next generation will still be able to enjoy the delicious traditional malt sugar.
Sun-dried sea salt
The salt obtained from evaporating sea water under the sun is different from the salt refined through electro-dialysis. This is because sea water contains rich minerals, and the difference in crystallisation caused by the different temperatures, amount of sunshine, and algae in the water during different seasons result in a varied flavour. When added in moderation to various desserts, it is able to reduce their sweetness and bring out their unique flavour.
Budai, located in Chiayi, has been producing salt through evaporation under the sun for more than two hundred years. It experienced the golden age of salt fields in the 19th century and became a major “salt town” in Taiwan. Yet, as it was not able to compete with modern salt production methods, it had to dismiss the salt workers at the end of 2001. Later, some determined individuals worked hard to bring back the traditional salt production and moreover, incorporated environmental education, culture, and tourism into the salt culture. We specially select the salt produced in traditional methods for our products, hoping that through concrete actions, we can support the continuation of culture and traditional craftsmanship.
Net weight: 95g / 400g
Shelf life: Please store in a ventilated and cool place, unopened at room temperature 25 ℃ can be stored for 100 days. Please consume as soon as possible after opening.
正味重量：95g / 400g
淨重：95g / 400g