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Award winning Coconut cream 170g - £3.49 Prime / +£4.49 non Prime @ Amazon
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Award winning Coconut cream 170g - £3.49 Prime / +£4.49 non Prime @ Amazon

£3.49£6.7949%Amazon Deals
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Posted 9th May
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Free delivery on prime, OOS but you can still order

  • PURITY AND HEALTH: Made from 100% dried coconut flesh. No added sugar, sweetener, emulsifier, colouring or flavours - just the pure white of the coconut flesh.
  • GREAT TASTE: Absolutely delicious, smooth, melt in the mouth (like chocolate). A Great Taste Awards winner three years in a row.
  • VERSATILE: Use the coconut butter in soups, Indian Curry paste, Red or Green Thai Curries, chocolate making, ice cream, baking, porridge, vegan coffee creamer (make your own non dairy coconut milk) - or just straight from the jar.
  • WIDE APPEAL:Perfectly suitable for Vegan, Vegetarian, Paleo and Kosher diets, and anyone who enjoys good food.
  • ARTISAN PRODUCER: Made in small batches, with love and care, by an Artisan producer in the UK.
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9 Comments
Yer man likes thon
Oos. Isnt it cheaper to get the 1kg pack anyway?
Out of stock .. still got 1kg
The only way I would award this "Great Taste" is if I thought it tasted great.
LanzaJet09/05/2020 16:41

The only way I would award this "Great Taste" is if I thought it tasted …The only way I would award this "Great Taste" is if I thought it tasted great.


Have you tried it?
Jed-s10/05/2020 00:23

Have you tried it?


No. I am just fed up with "awards" to encourage us to buy stuff.
Edited by: "LanzaJet" 11th May
markelock09/05/2020 14:30

Oos. Isnt it cheaper to get the 1kg pack anyway?


Do you have a link?
What actually can it be used for?
Is it only the 2016 vintage that tasted great?
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