‘Lamduan’ or White Cheesewood is a cream-coloured flower with strong and lingering vanilla-like scent that can be smelled from afar. Considered an auspicious flower, Lamduan is believed to bring happiness and cheerfulness into one’s home. Silpin’s ‘Regal Lamduan’ syrup celebrates the regal essence of Lamduan flower and brightens your senses with the velvety sweet aroma.
A royally bestowed provincial plant of Si Sa Ket, Lamduan is not only beautiful with alluringly sweet scent that spreads all around the area, but is also an auspicious flower. Thai people since the ancient times have made an auspicious dessert called ‘Khanom Klip Lamduan’, a Thai shortbread cookie in the shape of the Landuam flower and give to people to bless them with widespread fame. It is used in Thai wedding as a symbol of happiness and beauty for the newlyweds, just like the shape of the cookie that comprises 3 petals beautifully and firmly attached to one another.