Coquitos - Mini Coconuts from Peru - Unshelled | 250 g
Coquitos are like small coconuts, which are very fleshy but without the juice. They are the new food trend you need to try
- A pure taste experience with the first bite
- Without shell, perfect for direct snacking
- An eye catcher for every bowl
- Discreet coconut taste
incl. VAT plus shipping
Delivery time approx. 5 working days
Coquitos are mini-coconuts and grow on Chilean wine palms. They belong to the jubaea family and are originating in Chile and other parts of South America. The palm itself is mainly popular because of its sweet juice, which is used for producing palm sugar and palm honey.Once the coquito is opened, it contains a white pulp inside. From its consistence, taste and aroma, the coquito is almost like a traditional coconut.KoRo Coquitos are free of any additives or preservatives. They are cracked and without any shell.
When using coquitos in the kitchen, there are no limits to your imagination! They are the perfect eye catcher for your smoothie bowl but you can also just snack on them in their pure form.
|Energy (in kj/kcal)||2067 / 494|
|thereof saturated fatty acids||40,1 g|
|thereof sugar||4,6 g|
|Dietary fibre||31,8 g|
|Nutrition traces||Description of nutrition traces"|
|Delivery||Delivery time outside of Germany|
|Company||KoRo Handels GmbH
Koppenplatz 9, 10115 Berlin
|Storage||Store the product cool and dry|
|Allergenes||May contain traces of GLUTEN, SOY, PEANUTS, MILK (LACTOSE), SESAME, other EDIBLE NUTS, SULFUR DIOXIDES (SULFITES) and LUPINES.|
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How do coquitos grow?
Coquitos are part of the honey palm. The fruits are only ripe after 60 years, so they are very rare to get. A three till five cm big stone fruit is growing until the ripe fruit seem yellowish. If you have a look inside the fruit the coquitos seem like small coconuts.
What do I use the small coconuts for?
Normally you would have to crack the hard shell of the nut. But we did all the work for you, hence you can easily just throw the coquitos on to your muesli and make your dish look beautiful tasty or you just snack on them the way they are.
What's the main difference to the normal coconut?
For sure the seize and quality. Furthermore the coquito has no liquid inside of it, like the normal coconut does.Everything is edible, as long as they are cracked.