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Amy & Brian Coconut Water Original, 17.5 Ounce Can (Pack of 12)
- Never from concentrate, non-GMO, and all natural from young coconuts in Thailand.
- Contains potassium, magnesium, calcium and other essential electrolytes to keep you going throughout the day.
- Delicious and nourishing as an everyday drink with no added sugars or artificial additives; refreshing and hydrating before, during or after exercise.
- Available in original, with pulp, with lime, with grape, with cinnamon. Also available in a 1 liter tetra pak in original and a 10 ounce can in original.
- Pack of 12, 17.5 ounce cans (total: 210 ounces)
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Flavor: Pulp Free
Better if chilled.
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Top Customer Reviews
I've been sampling various amazon-available coconut wataers since my previous beloved Zico went nasty (from concentrate, sour, sodium enhanced, yuck). I've had and enjoyed O.N.E. in the tetra pak and Nature Factor's organic in a can. I've had and not liked as much VitaCoco. Previously, I had tried supermarket brands like Goya and Conchita. I'm always willing to try coconut water, looking for good price and great taste. I decided to try Amy & Brian's cause I learned about them from googling "coconut water taste tests" due to wanting to see what others thought of the brands out there. One taste test comparison mentioned this one tasted most like the actual coconut that was used in the taste test for comparison. Another taste test gave A&B props, too. So, yeah, got my attention.
This one is now my new fave. Second fave is Nature Factor's organic one. After that O.N.E.
I can say this to coconu water lovers: those above are definitely worth trying to see if you enjoy them, too, before you decide on a permanent subscription. I'm gonna order some more A&B CW very soon (I have 2.5 cases of Nature Factor's, and about 4 tetras left of the O.N.E., and I will drink those. I have 35 bottles left of the Zico (new formula) and I may just water my gardenia and hibiscus bushes with those.)
What makes this one a bit different than the good brands I've named:
Big can: 17.5 ounces. If you're really thirsty, this one is welcome. (I often drink two 10 ounce cans of Nature Factor's brand during supper, so having one can do the trick is handy).Read more ›
This is far and away my fave coconut water now that I'm self-exiled from the horror that is new Zico (they ruined a terrific product by making it from concentrate).
Note that this comes in cans, not tetra paks, and the cans are BPA-free. These are recyclable (well, as long as your area accepts cans.) Note as well that Amy & Brian's coconut waters are flash-pasteurized (like ONE and Zico and others). Unless you wanna risk crazy bacteria, coconut water must have some sort of pasteurization.
I've been sampling various amazon-available coconut waters looking for my new staple. History: I was a loyal Zico subscriber/drinker for a couple years. They changed. It's awful. I canceled my subscription. I've had and enjoyed O.N.E. in the tetra pak and Nature Factor's organic in a can. I've had and not liked as much VitaCoco and Harvest Bay. But all those are fine depending on your own taste preferences. Previously, I had also tried supermarket brands like Goya and Conchita. I'm always willing to try coconut water, looking for good price and great taste. I decided to try Amy & Brian's cause I learned about them from googling "coconut water taste tests" due to wanting to see what others thought of the brands out there. One taste test comparison mentioned this one tasted most like the actual coconut that was used in the taste test for comparison. Another taste test gave A&B props, too. So, yeah, got my attention.Read more ›
A couple cans came slightly dented as others have mentioned, but it clearly happened during shipping and did not compromise the product in the least. When I finally opened a can, I was so excited by the amount of pulp in it (a lot!). Even better, they had the same sweetness as the sugar added ones but with a much cleaner taste. They use Thai coconuts, which are naturally sweeter than others. I love the pulp - it's really soft, so you can easily drink without chewing it. I've got a major sweet tooth but I've been working on eating better. A cup of it after dinner or throughout the day provides just enough sweetness to curb my dessert cravings, especially taking the time to chew the pulp. I definately enjoy it more at room temp too.
A wonderful side effect I've noticed is it helping with dry mouth! A medication I'm on causes pretty bad dry mouth and this helps much more then those dry mouth mouthwashes. It's rehydration properties are amazing for hangovers too(or preventing/lessening them when drinking a cup before bed).
Most Recent Customer Reviews
tried many different brands of coconut water, i drink a case every month.
this one is the best combination of price/taste.
Perfectly sweet and refreshing. I hear the 10-ounce cans are even sweeter, if you can find them. Amazon currently has the same price as Azure Standard.Published 1 month ago by humboldt hipneck
Good fresh taste. Sweet, not old tasting like the ones in cardboard box. I usually cut it with water and add lime. Delicious!Published 1 month ago by Tracinator
I think this coconut water is the perfect serving size! And it tastes so good! It is a great price too!Published 1 month ago by Marni Haynes
Love the product but the cans take a beating and are usually dented.Published 1 month ago by Amazon Customer