Harmless Harvest Organic 100 Percent Raw Coconut Water, 16Ounce -- 12 per case.
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At this pricing its like $11 a bottle. Even if you get this 16 oz bottle at the most over priced bodega in NYC it's $6 a bottle. The point of buying in bulk is to pay less not more. I'm getting some other things off of here so I figured I'd throw it in the bag...but NOT TODAY.
Whyyyyyy Amazon... whyyyyy...
I'll stick with the usual place I buy this from.
IMPORTANT!!! As for the product itself, this is the BEST coconut water you can buy without cracking open a thai coconut every time you want to drink coconut water. :)
Just as fresh as right out of the coconut and all the nutrients because it's unpasteurized
I have used every technique from cleaver to drill to get at the precious liquid. And yes, I've cut myself a few times and bent an expensive knife or two on these darn coconuts. IF only the packaged coconut water on the market were as good as fresh, I would have bought it--maybe paid a premium for them. But until now, there was nothing nearly as good as fresh.
Mark this year: 2013. This is the first time I've tasted packaged coconut water that was as good as fresh. It's 99% there. Most other packagings I'd put at a miserable 40% (dull, minerally, aftertaste-y). I sampled some of this harmless harvest in the checkout line at Rainbow Grocery here in SF, and I immediately regretted not buying a case. Then I realized, that with taste this fresh, these probably had to remain constantly refrigerated.
I can buy a whole, unopened coconut for about $2-3 from an Asian market. I can buy an partially opened one at whole foods for $4. They output about 10-12 ounces of water. So, the range is:
Unopened coconut (not marked as organic): $0.17 to $0.30 per ounce. A good average would be say $0.24 per ounce
Partially opened (easy to get at) coconut (not marked as organic): $0.33 to 0.40 per ounce.
Harmless Harvest Organic seems to be going at $0.32 per ounce at Rainbow. $0.33 here on Amazon (before overnight shipping).
The product is AMAZING. the shipping, well, it makes sense you have to get it overnighted.Read more ›
But honestly the price is ridiculous. $250 for a case of 12? No thank you. That prices every bottle at just about $20.83. Last Sunday I bought a bottle for $3.50...I'll probably end up going to that store again and buying a bunch there at a waayyyy cheaper price.
I don't agree with this price but this product is wonderful.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
This is the best coconut water I have ever tasted! Spoils me for what else is available. Wish my local Whole Foods carried it. Read morePublished 1 month ago by LAVILA
Love the water! But lets be honest what num nut is going to pay that price for this water. Lower your prices .Published 1 month ago by Justin P.
The coconut water is delicious, but I misread the price and can't believe I paid over 100$ for a case of coconut water! Buyer beware!Published 1 month ago by Alan S.
I love this stuff. Ill never buy one from the store again now i have the freshest coconut wasser in my fridge!!Published 4 months ago by dave
Just had a bottle from Whole Foods (they offered for me to sample it). It's like a very different drink from any coconut water or juice I've ever had, and I have tried just about... Read morePublished 5 months ago by shadowbird
Full disclosure: I have not ordered this product from Amazon. I can get the bottles for less than $3 apiece at my local natural foods store, so it is quite a bit more expensive... Read morePublished 5 months ago by P. Martin
Harmless Harvest has a fragrant, very refreshing taste and I enjoyed it immensely. I gave it four stars only because it's very expensive. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Lisa Riggins