KRISTINA’S INUTAK: “One Great Filipino Snack!”

UTT8WinnerUTT8: Global Gastronomy Winner #7:


136 foodies rated 5- Awesome! I would recommend it!
114 foodies rated 4- I love it!
 64 foodies rated 3- We had a good time.
  14 foodies rated 2- It is OK.
    4 foodies rated 1- Thanks, but it could be better.


Kristina’s Inutak is an inspiring example of food entrepreneurs embracing their heritage by showcasing their own sweet local delicacy (in this case Taguig), packaging it well and marketing through local food markets and social media.

So, what’s Inutak like? Marry the smoothness of tibuk tibuk (but use coconut milk instead of carabao’s milk) and the flavors of sapin sapin, and you’ll get this wonderful treat that is best eaten warm and topped with homemade vanilla ice cream. 🙂 Most foodies prefer the original flavor.

It’s a two-time winner of the Ultimate Taste Test series (UTT7.0 and UTT8.0). Congratulations!

(Read: Ultimate Taste Test 7.0 Winner #10Taguig’s Inutak! with 3.57 rating)



We come from a big family in Taguig that really loves food. Almost all members of the family cook. We have lots of unique dishes actually, but this sweet local delicacy is the ONE that we decided to introduce since only very few knew about it. (Since) it is the favorite dessert of the Marcelino siblings, we came up (with the) idea of introducing it to the market. Sayang naman ang sarap at linamnam niya kung kaunti lang nakakaalam, so why not share it (with) others? It is really a must-try delicacy for everybody. That is…our mission.

Since it’s an old recipe passed down from our great grandparents for four generations, we decided to improve and continue the legacy of spreading (its) good taste for everybody to enjoy — hopefully not only in the Philippines, but also abroad. It’s a delicacy made from simple ingredients like sticky rice, coconut milk, and sugar.

For those with adventurous palates, we also developed different flavors like Inutak Tablea. We also are developing one for (the) health-conscious, such as Inutak Organic and Inutak Lite. Maybe we could release them all by next year. For now, let us enjoy Inutak Classic and Inutak Queso De Bola.

We have two sizes available. The big one is 9” in diameter and the smaller one is 4.8” in diameter. Two flavors are out in the market already. The Inutak Classic is priced at P350 for the big one and P120 for the small size. Queso De Bola is available at P380 for the big one and P150 for the small size. By the way, try it with Ice Cream.


  • very good! 
  • Enjoyed it, first time I tasted it and it’s good
  • I don’t like the chocolate, more kakanin please!
  • I love the kakanin
  • the ice cream balanced the sweetness
  • great effort to serve hot, nakakasuya
  • nice but nakakasuya
  • Love this
  • just right
  • not too sweet
  • it’s good even w/o ice cream
  • good & yummy
  • original
  • really good
  • Ginataang bilo-bilo is great!
  • One great Filipino snack
  • Very delicate, not too sweet great combination (ice cream + glu rice)
  • Too sweet
  • Something new fun to eat
  • 1st of a kind
  • It’s good & nice concept
  • its like sapin-sapin but smoother and creamier, sarap, sarap!
  • one of the best of the night
  • superb dessert
  • very good! 
  • enjoyed it
  • I like kakanin
  • I dont like the chocolate
  • unique combination of ice cream and pinoy dessert
  • this is tibuk-tibuk:(


This is the best local delicacy discovery in 2011. Thank you, Kristina, for sharing the Inutak’s heritage recipe with us. 🙂 You’re doing a great job in marketing this local treat from Taguig!

Check it out for your next salo-salo with the family…

Kristina’s Inutak Premium by Kristina Marcelino
#46 Gen-Luna St. Ususan, Taguig City
Telephone: +632 502-5922
Mobile No.: +63 919 991-7989
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4 thoughts on “KRISTINA’S INUTAK: “One Great Filipino Snack!”

  1. Hey Theres a new story of Kristinas Inutak Premium.
    Visit us at any of the following Kristina’s Inutak outlets:
    SM North Edsa located @ 2f Main Bldg near SM Department store entrance
    Robinsons Galeria located @ Level 1 in front of Robinsons Supermarket
    SM Megamall located @ 5th floor Bldg. A Near megatrade Hall1
    SM Marikina, located @ 2nd Floor near SM department Store
    Cash and Carry located @ Ground floor Supermarket Entrance
    Glorietta 3 Located @ ground floor near activity center
    SM Mall of Asia located @ 2nd Floor near food court
    Festival Mall located @ Wing B Level 1 in front of Greenwich
    Market! Market! located @ Ground Floor Activity Center
    SM Southmall, located @ 2nd Floor near Blue Magic
    SM San Lazaro located @ Ground Floor near Food court
    SM Bacoor located @ Lower Ground Floor near Food Court
    SM Sta Rosa located @ Ground Floor in front of McDonalds

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