- Certified Organic
- Gluten free
- Certified Kosher
- Non-GMO Project Verified
- Gluten free
- Fair Trade
- Family-owned business
- Sourced direct from farmers
- Supports charity
- Sustainably farmed
- Cholesterol free
- Dairy free
- Dye and color additive free
- High fructose corn syrup free
- Low fat
- Low glycemic
- Low sodium
- No artificial ingredients
- No trans fats
- Pesticide free
- Preservative free
- Sugar free
Why You’ll Love It
About This Brand
Organic coconut sap nectar.
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Reviews For Organic Raw Coconut Nectar
Based on 23 Reviews
Raw Coconut Nectar
It's great! I use it in my coffee for sweetner. Has a good taste, and easy to use!
- Sheri Burnett
Great alternative sweetener
I love coconut nectar - it's such a good alternative sweetener to sugar. It's low-glycemic and contains some great nutrients, including minerals and amino acids. It's delicious, has a nice rich flavor (but not coconut-y) and has so many uses from smoothies to desserts to on top of pancakes.
Not too sweet
I've used this ad maple syrup substitute for pancakes and sugar/honey substitute for some recipes and it has worked well for me.
- Pam W.
This Coconut Nectar is so good on everything from Coffee to... you name it... Try it!
- Irish in Texas
Organic Raw Coconut Nectar
Love this in my coffee. Not as sweet as agave nectar.
Love this alt. sweetener
Has a pleasantly mild, sweet flavor, reminiscent of molasses. I use it in recipes that call for honey or maple syrup, and in my smoothies and sometimes coffee. Also has a very faint salinity which I find complementary.
Great replacement for soy
Eating Paleo, I was so glad to find this soy replacement. Works good as a marinate, and also in stir fry.
Nice flavor and not sickly sweet, which I object to.
I have used this as a sub for maple syrup in some of my vegan recipes - works wonderfully!
Bought this by mistake, but looking forward to trying it.
Organic Raw Coconut Nectar
Love it!!! It's now one of my staples. I love it on oatmeal and in my shakes. I've also used in to replace sugar in some recipes. GREAT!
The Angels N Me
I never had it before I love it.
Decadent healthy alternative!
This is a great low glycemic sub for other artificial super sugary syrups. It's really thick and almost carmel like. I put it on oats or even sweet potatoes!
Coconut Secret Coconut Nectar
This is the very best sugar substitute I have found for both flavor and low on the glycemic index.
- Thrive User
I'm Not Bitter, But the Coconut Nectar Is.... Just a Smidge
I found this to be bitter in taste. Almost burnt. It's the first time I'v tried natural coconut nectar so I have no idea if that's how it's supposed to taste, but it's definitely not a good alternative to agave or honey for coffee due to it adding a bitter flavor. Makes the coffee taste burnt.
Better Than Others
Love this sweetener! So much healthier than cane sugar or agave nectar! Slight molasses flavor, but when mixed in a recipe can't really taste that. Absolutely love this in my raw vegan sweetened dishes!
This stuff is pretty good. Like a very sweet coconut. I love using coconut products in my kitchen and Coconut Secret is the #1 name in coconut products.
I don't use this for everything, as I find many things still taste better with real sugar. I do, however, like to use this stuff in baking though!
- Nancy Greg
I really like this stuff. It makes a great replacement for sugar in many things. I bake with it and cook with it.It adds an interesting, sweet flavor to everything you use it with. I also like to use it in my coffee.
So much better for you than regular sugar and way better than fake chemical sweeteners.
- Kori Popham
Nice way to sweeten things
I like this sweetener as a substitute for a lot of things that have added sugar. It's good on pancakes and waffles, in tea or coffee and added to shakes as another reviewer mentioned.
I also add this and cut the brown sugar out of my cookie recipes, and I get a wonderful coconut flavor and a lot less calories and sugar. This is a really useful sweetener that's also safe for gluten-free and vegan diets.
- Edara C.
Great in place of sugar
I'm cutting down on my sugar intake, so this sweetener is the ideal product for me. I use it in coffee, and only need a little to get that fix. Plus the coconut flavor makes my coffee taste expensive, like I went to Starbucks or something! The sugar comes naturally from pure coconuts, so my body isn't trying to metabolize artificial sugar, which is really bad for your body.
- Eric Cobb
I use this as a semi-replacement for sugar. I add it to my baked goods and pancakes and it tastes wonderful! I really enjoy this in a good cup of tea. It is sweet and has it's own distinct flavor that makes it really tasty. This coconut sweetener is a great alternative to sugar.
- S. Price
This coconut sweetener is addicting. I use it in smoothies to add a bit of sweet (especially my green smoothies) and also tea. It tastes amazing, though, in coffee. The coconut flavor in this is absolutely amazing and I love that it's organic and GMO free. It is also great to find it at such a great price!
- Scott K.
Great for Coffee
I enjoy the taste of this, and it's been fantastic as a sweetener. I really don't like a bitter coffee, and this seems to have been the solution. It doesn't have the aftertaste of stevia, and while it gives my coffee a bit of a unique taste, it also is quite delicious to drink once you get used to it. The glass bottle even looks pretty elegant, so I'm happy displaying it near my "coffee station". (Husband's words, not mine!)
Price on Thrive is great too. Other online retailers have wanted $13+ for a bottle. That's insane! My membership to Thrive is going to pay off in just the savings from this!
- Jen E.
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