Tita Lynn’s Flavored Suman was conceptualized by Mrs. Lynn Sun whose roots hailed from the province of Pampanga – a province tagged as the Queen of Philippine Cuisine. A province well known for its culinary expertise and highly recognized for its sweetened delicacies and well prepared courses. Pampanguenas consider their cuisines as a major task, lavishly prepared with natural creativity and talent.
She learned to make suman from her parents and grandparents and she did not think it could be a business until the late 1990s when the suman her maids used to bring to the school of her children attracted quite a following. Soon, she was getting orders. The business started from there with more orders coming in through word of mouth. Tita Lynn began reinventing this native delicacy made of sticky rice and Tita Lynn’s Flavored Suman was born. The principal attraction is her incorporation of fruits and flavors in her suman, such as langka, ube, macapuno, to name a few. That’s why she says it is a tradition with a twist. But she stayed true to the traditional way of preparing the suman, which has been handed down through generations.
They opened its first shop in the food area of Tiendesitas, Pasig on October of 2005 starting with its original flavored suman, served with rich native chocolate drink, coffee or tea. After 3 years in operation, it now has eight outlets to boast of, all operational and ail company-owned. Currently it has 13 flavors to offer and still continuing to discover new flavors to satisfy every peoples’ palates.