So this is the original variety of Suka Pinakurat, spicy with a sting at the end but not too sour.
Kuratsoy is a variety of the vinegar mixed with soy sauce and calamansi.
Suka Waykurat is a variety of the vinegar which is not so hot and a bit sweeter. "Way" means none so maybe it means you won't be shocked?
And this is another variety of Suka Pinakurat that is sweetened, something like a mixed of Waykurat and Pinakurat vinegars. Sweet yet very spicy.
The vinegars are best as a sauce dip for a lot of filipino delicacies including lechong baboy (roasted pig), chicharon (pork rind cracklings) or other beer-side foods (pulutan). It can also be used as seasoning for dishes on the table or while cooking.
This is not an advertisement of any sort, I just wanted to share this exciting product from Iligan City in Lanao del Norte. More information can be found on the link to the site above.