The 8 Flavours

Sombai exists in 8 different flavours, with each time a combination of 2 tastes.

Anise & Coffee

Expert combination of badian (star anise) from Cambodia and Ratanakiri coffee beans. Ideal as an aperitif to enjoy the natural virtues of anise and coffee. As a digestive after a nice dinner, the coffee taste that lingers on your palate keeps you coming for more…

Predominance Balanced
Acidity
Bitterness ★★
Sweetness ★★★★
Spiciness
Conservation 5 years

Banana & Cinnamon

A blend of sweet and spicy, the prevalent taste of cinnamon gives a festive touch to this flavour. Perfect to accompany a dessert, namely the famous banane flambée with a scoop of vanilla ice-cream.

Predominance Cinnamon
Acidity
Bitterness
Sweetness ★★★★★
Spiciness ★★★
Conservation 3 Years

Coconut & Pineapple

Cambodian version of the Piña-Colada, with a sweet hint and coconut predominance. So be careful, this drink can be scrumptiously treacherous.

Predominance Coconut
Acidity
Bitterness
Sweetness ★★★★★
Spiciness
Conservation 3 years

Galangal & Tamarind

Clearly the most exotic flavours of the 8, mixing the sweetness and acidity of the slightly candied tamarind to the spicy aroma of the fresh galangal.

Predominance Galangal
Acidity ★★★★
Bitterness ★★
Sweetness ★★★
Spiciness ★★
Conservation 4 years

Ginger & Red chili

The spiciest flavour of the range, combining 2 hot flavours that have been smoothly softened. Ideal to wake up any kind of appetite without burning your stomach.

Predominance Ginger
Acidity ★★
Bitterness ★★
Sweetness ★★★
Spiciness ★★★★
Conservation 5 years

Green tea & Orange

It will appeal to those who are less inclined to sweet, with a subtile woody aroma and a scent of wild honey. If you become too fond of it and find this too delicious, you can focus on the antioxydant and anti-cancerous benefits of green tea; you will feel much better and less guilty…

Predominance Green tea
Acidity ★★★
Bitterness ★★★★
Sweetness ★★
Spiciness
Conservation 3 years

Lemon & Lemongrass

Inspired by a recipe common in traditional Khmer medicine, lemon being an excellent natural tonic while the infusion of lemongrass has proven anti-fungal and calmative virtues. This Cambodian Limoncello makes a delectable digestive.

Predominance Lemon
Acidity ★★★★★
Bitterness ★★★
Sweetness ★★★★
Spiciness
Conservation 4 years

Mango & Green chili

With a high fruity tang, relatively sweet, and a pleasant spicy touch, this flavour is the women's favourite. It can be enjoyed as an aperitif, with a mango-based dessert or made from other exotic fruits.

Predominance Balanced
Acidity ★★
Bitterness
Sweetness ★★★★
Spiciness ★★★★
Conservation 3 years

Legend

Very strong ★★★★★
Strong ★★★★
Average ★★★
Light ★★
Not at all

Conservation :
Do not put under direct sunlight and source of heat.

100ml 160ml 250ml 700ml
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