Every coconut contains a layer of meat, around a pint of water, and a tiny seed the size of a pearl. After almost 6 months in the tree, the coconut will drop to the ground. After a few more months, the seed fills the coconut and starts consuming the meat. The meat becomes a thin crispy layer. This creates a big spongy cotton candy mass that is sweet and juicy.
In the hawaiian islands, only the Alii (the kings) were allowed to eat it, and they would share the mana (energy) with hundreds of people. It is a very filling and satisfying food.
A Sample Box contains 4 Sprouted Coconuts
A Large Box 8-10 Sprouted Coconuts
A Extra Large Box 16-22 Sprouted Coconuts
*amount ranges slightly because of varying shapes and sizes*