Organic coconut blossom syrup 1L


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  • Gentle caramelised aroma
  • Naturally sweet
  • Alternative to sugar
  • Organic
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Buy now: Organic coconut blossom syrup 1L

We have a lot of sugar alternatives in our range: date syrupmaple syrup and now the star of this show coconut blossom syrup. We admit coconut blossom syrup has long ceased to be a secret: thanks to its delicate sweetness, coconut syrup is a fantastic alternative to refined sugar. Drizzle it over you next pancake or porridge and never run out, buy 1 litre coconut blossom syrup now!

Naturally sweet

A natural sweetener with a surprising caramelised aftertaste, coconut blossom syrup not only works perfectly as a basic ingredient in your desserts and baked goods, but can be enjoyed on warm pancakes and waffles, on which you can pour it just like maple syrup.The syrup is naturally vegan, so from now on you can veganise in every recipe you like, simply add coconut syrup instead of honey and tada your vegan taste heaven awaits. The best part is it's super simply and the coconut syrup is delivered right to your doorstep in a 1 litre bottle.

Buy KoRo's coconut blossom syrup

Our KoRo organic coconut syrup is entirely made of coconut flowers' nectar, which, when heated, turns into this dark brown syrup with the characteristic caramel-like taste. Contrary to cane sugar, coconut blossom syrup is not refined, and arrives at your door in its purest form. Oh, we almost forgot to mention, the coconut palms whose blossoms provide us with their valuable nectar are organically grown! So grab your bottle of syrup now!

Average nutritional values per 100 g
Calorific value (in kj/kcal) 1304 /  307
Fat 0 g
thereof saturated fatty acids 0 g
Carbohydrates 76 g
thereof sugar 75 g
Protein 0.7 g
Salt 0.07 g
Product number: KOKOS_020
Best before date 30.09.2023
Origin Indonesia
Organic Origin Non EU agriculture
Content 1 litre
Manufacturer KoRo
EAN/GTIN 4260654782400
Data sheet Specification
Organic control body & Organic origin
EU Bio
Nutrition traces Nutrition traces
Shipping Delivery time outside of Germany
Company KoRo Handels GmbH
Hauptstraße 26, 10827 Berlin
Storage Advice Store in a dry place at room temperature away from light.
Ingredients 100 % coconut blossom syrup* *from organic farming
Cross contamination No allergens contained according to EU regulation 1169/2011
Trade Name Organic coconut blossom syrup dark
Label note Ingredients, nutritional values, and packaging may change. For exact information, please check the product description.
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Hier wird die Kokospalme angebaut
Hier wird die Kokospalme angebaut

Um Kokosblütensirup herzustellen, benötigen wir den Nektar der Kokospalme. Unsere Kokospalmen wachsen in Indonesien.

Die Kokospalme
Die Kokospalme

Bei der Kokospalme handelt es sich um ein Tropengewächs, welches seit mehr als 3.000 Jahren angebaut wird.

Die Kokosblüte
Die Kokosblüte

Erst nach einigen Jahren tragen Kokospalmen Blüten. Meist beginnen die Palmen Blüten zu tragen, wenn sie um die 7 Jahre alt sind. Sie tragen sowohl weibliche als auch männliche Blüten.

Süßer Kokosnektar
Süßer Kokosnektar

Pro Tag sondert eine Kokosnusspalme etwa zwei Liter Nektar ab. Die Blüten werden angeschnitten, um den austretenden Blütennektar aufzufangen.

Ergiebige Blüten
Ergiebige Blüten

Um ein Kilo Kokosblütenzucker zu gewinnen, benötigt man circa 4 Liter Kokosnektar. Das heißt, dass eine Palme in nur 2 Tagen ungefähr einen Kilo Kokosblütenzucker produzieren kann.

Herstellung von Kokosblütensirup
Herstellung von Kokosblütensirup

Der gewonnene Nektar wird behutsam erhitzt, so wird der Nektar schonend eigedickt und der beliebte Kokosblütensirup entsteht.

Questions & answers: Organic coconut blossom syrup 1L
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No, coconut flower syrup does not contain histamine.
Yes, you can use small amounts of coconut flower syrup in the alkaline diet.
The production of coconut flower syrup is similar to the production of maple syrup. The nectar of the flower is extracted and then thickened with the help of heat. This is how the aromatic coconut blossom syrup is created!
There are many uses for coconut blossom syrup: You can use coconut blossom syrup in any recipe where you would otherwise use honey or agave syrup. If you want to replace table sugar and prefer to use the granular version, you can buy our coconut blossom sugar.
Yes, our coconut flower syrup is organic quality and comes from organic farming.
Coconut flower syrup tastes - probably different than you would have expected - not at all like coconut. The coconut syrup flavor is often described as slightly fruity and caramel-like.
Coconut blossom syrup differs from regular sugar in appearance and taste. While sugar simply tastes sweet, coconut blossom syrup has a caramel-like, fruity aroma. Regular sugar is white and grainy, while coconut blossom syrup is brownish and liquid - syrup, that is! However, the sweetening power of coconut blossom syrup and sugar is very similar, which is why you can replace it in a 1:1 ratio. Coconut syrup has 307 calories per 100 grams, while regular sugar has 400 calories per 100 grams.
If you search for coconut syrup on the Internet, you will find information that the glycemic index of coconut syrup is lower than that of conventional sugar. However, we do not have reliable values about the exact glycemic index of coconut syrup and therefore cannot confirm this.
Coconut syrup also contains large amounts of sugar. If you want to eat healthy, you should use coconut syrup only in small quantities.
100 grams of coconut flower syrup have 307 calories. You can find all other nutritional values on the product page.
100 grams of coconut flower syrup have 76 grams of carbohydrates - 75 grams of which are sugar. Thus, coconut flower syrup is not suitable for low carb cooking.
Coconut blossom syrup contains small amounts of free fructose and a high proportion of sucrose and is only suitable to a limited extent for fructose intolerance or intolerance, depending on the personal fructose tolerance. It is not mandatory to avoid coconut blossom syrup, it depends on the individual tolerance. There are sugar alternatives that are more suitable for fructose intolerance than coconut syrup.
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Beautiful product, finally in plastic-free bulk packaging!

So quantity, packaging and design is already super! I have not yet opened the jar and can therefore say nothing about the sweetness, but I'm glad to have finally found a product that comes without plastic and especially in such large quantities. The huge jar can also be reused afterwards super as a preserving or storage jar, great!

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Very tasty but difficult to portion

Bad to portion



very tasty syrup

I love the syrup to sweeten yogurt or fruit salad, for pancakes of course also perfect



Very tasty but difficult to portion

Bad to portion



Highly recommended! Quality super!!

Super product and mega tasty, I definitely buy again! Koro is highly recommended, great products and fair price!!!! Love it!!!



Gut Syrup

The syrup is good, but I think it is a bit expensive



Not as expected

We have come to know and love the coconut flower syrup from another company and had hoped the quality of KORO comes close as usual. However, our wish was not fulfilled. It tastes rather bitter and burnt. From us, unfortunately, no purchase recommendation











Good quality at a good price

Quality and taste as expected. I can recommend to others.



Healthy sweet

For a healthy sweet life



All good, just a little impractical

You need space in the cabinet but he is great (-: apparently stood longer on the shelf as dusty as the lid was. Of course, somewhat impractical because you always need a spoon instead of pressing (tube ) but I find glass better.

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