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    Our favourite Thai meringue or Sommanat (โสมนัส: TH) which means happiness will bring a joy to your morning coffee.

    Sommanat is an ancient Thai dessert dating back to the Ayutthaya Era. It was discovered by Lady Maria Guyomar de Pinza by using leftover white (a core ingredient for Thai desserts). The making is similar to Western Meringue but with an Asian hint. The key ingredient is a toasted desiccated coconut which differentiates this snack from the traditional Italian or French. It is a favourite among our loyal customers.

    Sommanat represents compassion, creativity, reliability, generosity, loyalty and love.


    This sweet treat would be perfect for brunches, afternoon tea, wedding ceremonies, birthday parties. You do not have to buy them just for events, but you can also purchase them as gifts for someone you are thinking about. Place an order today.


    One of the key ingredients of Sommanat is roasted desiccated coconut. Desiccated coconut is coconut meat that is flaked and dried and is available in unsweetened and sweetened forms. It makes for a great topping. Some health benefits of desiccated coconut include it is packed with dietary fibre for weight loss. Desiccated coconut slows down your metabolism which means it releases the food into your stomach slower than it would normally which promotes satiety and keeps you feeling fuller for longer. The high iron that is in desiccated coconut can help to prevent anaemia, it is also great osteoporosis and arthritis preventative. This is because the fatty acids found in coconut has been proven to help strengthen the bones and prevent the degradation of bones.


    Does Sommanat sound like something you would love? Place an order with us today.

    Sommanat (happy snack) or Thai meringue:

    Suitable for vegetarian, gluten free and dairy free dietary

    Please see ingredients in BOLD for allergens.

    White eggs, roasted desiccated coconut, sugar, lime

    Store in a dry and cool space and consume within 3 weeks

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