SAMU Thai Coconut Water, 11-Ounce (Pack of 12)
- Case of Twelve, 11-Ounce SAMU Designer Cans with Gold Tab (Total of 132 ounces)
- Only the highest quality Thai Coconuts from our Special Reserve Farms are selected for SAMU; Naturally zero fat; No Cholesterol or coloring or preservatives
- SAMU is the Smoothest Mix in the World; Equally Attractive Non-Alcoholic Beverage (EANAB); and the No1 original Post Alcohol Hydration Unit (PAHU)
- Great alternative to soft drinks or other artificially colored or flavored beverages
- Product of Thailand
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Top Customer Reviews
So why opt for Samu? If you can't kick the sugary drinks but want to cut back, this is a great soda substitute. It's very smooth and drinkable.
But the reason I bought it - what this company is really advertising this product for - is as a mixer. This mixed very well with rum. Instead of a rum and coke, try a rum and Samu! Tequila makes for an interesting mix. Ordinarily you'd pair sour with tequila, not sweet, but give it a try. It's pretty good! I'm not a vodka drinker, but my friends had good things to say.
This is not a typical mixer you would see at a party. It gets people talking. I look forward to experimenting more with it.
Overlooking the really zealous reviews, some reviewers stated it was really sweet, but the nutrition label in the images showed it has half the sugar of a soda, so I figured it must just be personal preference and ordered anyway. After trying it, I really can't understand why someone said it hurt their teeth, but I guess people are different. I rather liked the little sweetness.
I drink it straight or blended with ice and lime juice. We also tried like the other reviewer said and mixed one up with some vanilla vodka and I have to say it was actually very nice. I don't think they sell this in stores yet? but I plan to get more from Amazon.
SAMU is the only brand I have ever had that seems to embody the refreshing and smooth taste of coconut water brought directly from the plantation. It actually reminds me of drinking coconut water directly from the coconut at a Thai beach resort like Koh Samui - clean, refreshing, and invigorating.
The tiniest bit of sweetness sets it so clearly above all other brands, I don't know how I could ever go back to drinking any other coconut water.
The other thing I really like about SAMU is the fact it is in an aluminum can. Alot of other coconut waters you will see are in those cardboard-laminate boxes, which are next to impossible to recycle. By putting SAMU in a can, it not only has a familiar hand-feel, but I know I can easily recycle the can as well.
Overall, I rate it 5 stars: an excellent product and well worth the money. I highly recommend it.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I did not like this coconut water at all. it has sugar added and is unbearably sweet. It has an off flavor like the other coconut water brands that has preservatives in it and It... Read morePublished on December 22, 2013 by Ketty
Yeah, I have no idea why the other people are saying it, but this is definitely not too sweet. Saying it hurts your teeth makes me question if the reviewer lives on a diet of... Read morePublished on November 19, 2012 by Nati Sangrujiveth
I'm a pretty big fan of coconut water. I've had Amy & Brians, Taste Nirvana, VitaCoco, Zico and lots of other brands. Read morePublished on October 12, 2012 by H. Parmar
As juice, I will always prefer fresh coconuts over any bottled alternatives, but I think you can never fairly compare any bottled coconut water to the fresh kind because the... Read morePublished on May 24, 2012 by prowess
My brother accidentally shipped a box of Samu Thai Coconut Water to our house instead of shipping it to himself. Read morePublished on May 3, 2012 by J.Goodman
Coconut water is often a little too salty for me, but this one is sweetened enough to satisfy my sweet tooth. Read morePublished on March 13, 2012 by Vali T.