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Not to be confused with Basi.
|Country of origin||Philippines|
|Region of origin||Caraga|
Bais is a traditional Filipino mead from the Mandaya and Dibabawon Manobo of northeastern Mindanao. It is made from a mixture of honey and water at varying proportions. It is fermented for at least five days to a month or more.
- Garvan, John M. (1912). "Report on the drinks and drinking among the Mandaya, Manobo, and Mangguangan Tribes" (PDF). The Philippine Journal of Science: Section A. 7: 106–114.
|Noodles & pasta|
|Lumpia & Turón|
& other desserts