Grace Premium Coconut Milk 1 Litre (Pack of 12)
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- Premium quality - 18.0% fat content.
- An essential, signature ingredient in Caribbean, Chinese, Indian, Thai and South-Asian cuisines.
- Adds a delicious smoothness and delicate, subtle flavour to curries, stews, rice dishes, sauces, soups, desserts and beverages.
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Adds a delicious smoothness and delicate, subtle flavour to curries, stews, rice dishes, sauces, soups, desserts and beverages.
Top Customer Reviews
I've tried Chaokoh, canned Aroy-D milk, Rajah, Waitrose Organic, Biona, canned Kingfishers Organic milk and many others. The best one out of these is the Waitrose Organic brand but it was too pricey (£2.09 per 400ml). Biona is a watery mess (huge disappointment) and Kingfisher Organic is a revolting grayish watery sludge and it cost me the same price as the Waitrose brand! Never buy it! Oh and don't get me started on Koko's (Kara in some countries) "Coconut" milk which is A WASTE OF MONEY. High priced white filtered water!
But this is by far is the best coconut milk available in the UK. It's so cheap compared to the other coconut milks out there. It's excellent if you use coconut milk in alot of recipes on a daily basis e.g. lattes, desserts, sauces etc. Its in a tetra pack so no BPA. Its 1 litre at £1.44 per carton with 75% coconut milk content! No additives, fillers or preservatives. Its just coconut and water. The taste is sweet and 'coconuty'. The coconut doesn't separate from the water because the coconut content is so high you can tell its a premium product. Straight from the box its a heavy dense cream but when you warm it in the pan it becomes more liquid so you can use it for ANYTHING. I've been looking for a cheap alternative to milk and cream but buying coconut milk by the can was hurting my wallet.Read more ›
I've bought this again (hey, I like to give things another chance, okay?) and the consistency has changed again. It is now more like clotted cream and comes out in globs (especially after being in the fridge). But I am still using it in my coffee and made some delicious, creamy yoghurt with it. Don't ask me what's changed, cos I've no idea. I did email the manufacturers re the ingredients and they reassured me that it is just coconut extract and water. I guess if there was anything dodgy in there they wouldn't tell me anyway, so I've just decided I'll use it anyway as long as I can make my yoghurt.
This 1 lit milk in carton box is much better than those in tin, very simple ingredients - coconut + water only. In fact, as the coconut contain is very high, so out of the box is very thick cream, then will become liquid when warm up in food or drink.
I ordered this when visiting my parents in the UK. The flavor is a little off, as if there's something in there other than coconut and water--my mom noticed it too; she asked me "does this have metabisulphate in it?" And although it did take the culture from the probiotics, it didn't thicken. The water and cream also didn't separate when I put it in the fridge _un_cultured.
So, is there some false mislabeling going on here? It would be so nice to have pure coconut cream _not_ in a can (these cartons have their own issues but better than BPA) available in the UK, and the fact that there's some false information here is most disappointing.
. The expiration date on my cartons is Feb 2018 [Ordered Nov 2016]
. At £24, they are £2 / litre [Asda currently carry 400ml cans at £2, so they are £5 / litre]
. The warning on the package is to refrigerate after opening and throw out after 3 days. I left some in cupboard for 5 days and it went sour.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I love this coconut milk! No nasty additives, really smooth (unlike tins) and beautifully thick. It makes great yoghurt and kefir.Published 9 hours ago by Erin
I have been buying this product individually from Morrisons for several weeks now and it has been great, thick like whipped cream when put in the fridge. Read morePublished 24 days ago by Amazon Customer
This milk is so thick and creamy. Fantastic in a curry and it makes great coconut Kefir. I tried some other coconut milk products and they were very thin and watery so i will stick... Read morePublished 29 days ago by Kerso
I really like this product solids and water are normally combined in this product, but this batch were separated so I had to decant the whole Caron into a liquidiser and combine. Read morePublished 1 month ago by A. Pearce
Took a long time to arrive but the best coconut milk I've found - makes really creamy kefir!Published 1 month ago by MrsN
Very tasty coconut milk with a consistency of cream rather than milk. As described on the packing,it contains 75% of a coconut extract. Good alternative to dairy products.Published 2 months ago by DorotaG