VitaCoco vs. Coke vs. Residual Soy Milk

<p>I finally tried VitaCoco, a brand of coconut water which is apparently all the craze.</p> <p>Not only have they managed to convince health and enviro types to purchase what is essentially packaged sugar-water -- Google search snippets say of Coca Cola "Coca Cola 12 oz (355 ml) Can Sugars, total: 39g Calories"; VitaCoco says in 330mL it has 15g, so about 41% of the sugar of Evil Evil Coke -- but it to my tongue it tastes more like the residual soy milk left after eating a bowl of Kashi Go Lean mixed with Mini-Wheats than "like sticking a straw in a coconut" as I was promised.</p>
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9 years, 3 months ago "Tony" said:

I wonder if they pasteurize it they way they do with OJ.

8 years, 3 months ago "patty" said:

Don't tell anyone, but Griffin plans to invent and sell a drink that tastes like the milk left in your cereal bowl after the cereal is gone. He loves it. Maybe they just need to rename this VitaCoco stuff. Perhaps Residual Kashi/Mini-wheats Soy Milk? (PS - I too hate vitawaters and the trickery it plays on kids, and apparently adults)