Sunday, 24 February 2013

Vita Coco- Flavoured coconut water.

Most people who have travelled to tropical countries will have memories of  having  tried coconut water, generally it is served fresh straight from the green coconut with the top sliced off and served with a straw. The coconut water directly from the green coconut is refreshing and has a natural sweetness of its own.Sadly in the UK  tropical sunshine, beaches, sun and sand are only visible in holiday brochures or travel programmes, so to inject a little bit of sunshine into your lives and remind you of far away shores, why not try Vita Coco's  natural  fat-free, cholesterol-free, nutrient-packed, potassium-stacked, mega-electrolyte coconut water with natural sugars. It comes in six delicious flavours:
  • Natural 
  • Acai and Pomegranate
  • Peach and Mango
  • Orange
  • Pineapple 
  • Tropical fruit
The coconut water is gluten free and vegan and it is kosher too and totally suitable for vegetarians. It is also free from preservatives and colourings. Vita Cocopackaged in a tetra pack and comes in 330 ml and 500 ml  and 1 litre sizes.Strangely the 330ml size which was a lunchbox size and ideal for travel did not not come with straw so drinking out of the carton was a little difficult especially if it was given to a child.Vita Coco is available to purchase on line, alternatively it is readily available  in most supermarkets. It retails between £1.49-£3.49 depending on size.

I was sent some samples of the natural, peach and mango, orange and pineapple flavours to try, I really enjoyed the refreshing taste of the coconut water, although on a personal note I  felt that the natural flavour was by far my favorite, although the flavoured coconut waters were really good in making mocktails to give them an exotic taste of paradise

Thankyou too Vita Coco for sending me the samples.The views and opinions expressed are purely my own thoughts on the products.

1 comment:

  1. These look really interesting thanks for the tip :)


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