Vigan Longganisa is an Ilocano sausage delicacy with plenty of garlic and spices in the mixture. This longganisa is distinct from other native longganisa version because it is small and plump, it is not sweet unlike the popular longganisa we used to eat. The way to describe its taste is, it is spicy, salty, tangy and garlicky. So if you are used to the taste of sweet meat like a traditional longganisa, then you might think twice before cooking this sausage. To make this sausage more authentic, use sukang Iloko or native vinegar. But if there is none available, using cane vinegar or apple cider vinegar will suffice. To make your hearty breakfast, you can serve this with fried rice and fried egg.