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Ever since I tried fresh coconut water, straight from the coconut, the bottled stuff just doesn't compare.
What's the best bottled coconut water that tastes as close to the fresh stuff as possible?
Zico, Zola and Vitacoco seem to be the most widely available brands.
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Just buy coconuts at a grocery store, it'd probably be cheaper anyway
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>>12037681
They have to be young coconuts. Preferably in the white coating. Old ones have almost no juice.
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>>12037744
You can buy unripe / green coconuts at most western indian food markets, but they aren't cheap. Otherwise, actually going to foreign countries is the only way to get it.
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>>12037538
iirc the ones that are colored have the most juice and the ones that are brown and old don’t have as much



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