Coconut Nectar

Coconut nectar or coconut sap is a sweet juice that drips from a newly-formed coconut flower bud, or unopened inflorescence, which contains young flowers and baby coconuts. The sweet drippings from the flower buds are the same nectar that honeybees sip from flowers and to make honey.

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Coconut nectar is naturally abundant in amino acids, vitamin C, minerals, B vitamins, as well as other vitamin content. Coconut nectar is a versatile ingredient as it can be made into different products such as health and energy drinks, syrups, sugar, wine, and vinegar.

Coconut trees are organically grown in our farms, and this is where it all starts. The harvested coconut nectar follows a natural and organic process to create coco nectar vinegar—natural fermentation ranges from six months to two years without any chemical additives, preservatives, artificial flavorings and colorings. After aging, the vinegar is packed in glass bottles and sealed fresh to preserve all its natural goodness.

Vinegar from coconut nectar also has amazing medicinal value. It has low glycemic index of food and is high in cancer-fighting antioxidants. It helps suppress hunger, and also helps reduce cholesterol, prevent osteoporosis, and cures minor conditions from such as sinus congestions, dandruff, and eczema.

Lola Conching organic coconut nectar vinegars are developed excellently so that they taste great in your dishes, in a manner that thoroughly preserves all the natural benefits coconut nectar has to offer.