Manila Coco Vinegar is a type of vinegar that originates from the Philippines. It is made from the sap of coconut flowers, which is fermented and aged to produce a tangy and flavorful vinegar. The term "Manila" in the name refers to the capital city of the Philippines.
Coco vinegar is a popular condiment in Filipino cuisine and is commonly used in various dishes, such as adobo, sinigang, and kinilaw (a Filipino ceviche-style dish). It adds a unique and slightly sweet-sour taste to the food.