1L Frozen Coconut Milk - Pack of 6

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Copra Coconut Milk is a delicious dairy alternative is made by pressing a combination of young and mature coconut meat. Then, freshly frozen within hours to give you a fresh-tasting coconut milk totally unique from any other on the market.

*Note: due to lack of added gums, our frozen coconut milk may be clumpy when first defrosted. Texture will even out once blended or heated.

  • Origin: Ratchaburi, Thailand
  • Shelf Life Frozen: 2 Years
  • Shelf Life Refrigerated: 90 days unopened, 10 days opened 
  • Quantity = 6 x 1L bottles
  • Never store at room temperature
  • Vegan, Gluten Free, Non-GMO, and Dairy Free
  • No added sugar, preservatives, gums, or emulsifiers!
  • Check out recipes and health benefits 




Return PolicyPlease be informed that we do not accept returns on perishable items. We carefully pack all items in insulated boxes with dry ice to ensure safe shipment. If you have questions or concerns before purchasing, please email us at info@coprawater.com and we are happy to help.

Shipping PolicyDue to heightened demand, please allow up to one week for orders to ship. Please note that we do not ship to locations addressed with P.O. boxes. Once shipped, you should receive your order within 3-4 days depending on delivery location. For all deliveries, please check the tracking number in the shipping confirmation email to ensure someone is at the address to receive the package. Copra must be stored immediately in the refrigerator or freezer as soon as your delivery arrives. We advise you place orders for days you will be available to receive the delivery.

Cancellation PolicyOrder cancellation requests must be made by 4pm the following business day after your order was placed. 

Refund/Replacement Policy: We consider refund or replacement order requests on a case by case basis. Copra does not refund orders that arrive partially defrosted as they are safe to consume. Please carefully read all product information before shipping an order. If you believe that the product you received is compromised or have any other complaints, please email us at info@coprawater.com with as much information as possible e.g. images.

Handling InstructionsStore frozen and defrost as needed (Check out our blog for defrosting instructions). After defrosting, store product in refrigerated conditions and keep bag sealed. Do not store at room temperature…ever!

Product may arrive partially defrosted — it is perfectly fine to consume, place in freezer upon receipt or store refrigerated and consume within 2 days. 

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No Substitute for Fresh Coconut Milk

I’ve been searching for years for fresh coconut milk in the frozen north, as making our own is labor intensive, and many coconuts available in stores are already rotting. When I read that my favorite ice cream from my favorite ice cream shop (in Monterey, CA) used this product, I was over the moon and splurged on six liters. I’ve frozen my share of fresh coconut milk before, and was aware of the separation issues, but I was hoping that they’d figured some way around this, such as flash freezing. They haven’t. This product is chunky when thawed and may be great in ice cream or Thai soups, but it can’t be used raw or for delicate sauces, which was a big disappointment. As for flavor, the young coconut added to mature coconut gives it a very light flavor—again, perfect for delicate ice cream flavors or for soups, but gets completely lost when it’s the creaminess of coconut that’s actually called for in a dish. If you’re making poisson cru, kokoda, palu sami, caramelized coconut dessert, or a host of other dishes from Oceania, you’re better off with a guar-free canned coconut milk for large-scale offerings or shredding the coconuts yourself for at-home cooking. Sigh...