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Coconut Chips

Coconut Chips

Coconut Chips
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Organic toasted coconut chips free of added oil, salt, or sugar

Ingredients: Organic coconut

25g Sample
$1.69
125g Stand Up Pouch
$4.69
1kg Bag
$23.49

Instructions

  • Serving Size: g /cup
  • Steeping Temp: °C
  • Steeping Time: mins.
  • Certification: Organic
  • Origin: NA
  • Caffeine:

Coconut Chips

Shanti's organic toasted coconut chips, are dried shavings of fragrant coconuts, with no added oil, fat, flavours or sugar. With its nutty and milky flavor, the toasted coconut is tender and a little crunchy. The floral notes of the coconut will amplify the aromas and flavors of everything with which you will combine it.
Coconut chips are ideal for snacking on, and for either baking or cooking applications.

Certified organic, kosher, vegan, gluten free and wheat free.

Tasting Notes

Certification: Organic

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These are high quality coconut chips.  Full of aroma.  Great for baking.

Submitted by fridaynigh
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Great for baking (and snacking)!!  raspberry

Submitted by Lisa77

From the Shanti Tea Canada Blog

Darjeeling - the “Champagne of Teas” - by Alicja

Darjeeling - the “Champagne of Teas”

Darjeeling, the land from where the well-known and admired tea comes, famously described as the champagne of teas, is situated in the foothills of the Himalayas, located in the state of West Bengal, India. Ranging from 100-4200 meters, this mountainous region, borders Nepal, Bhutan and Tibet. The cool, damp climate, constant mist and the high elevation of Darjeeling combine to produce a flavor profile typical of Darjeeling.  Presently Darjeeling has 87 gardens, spread over 17,500 hectares. It employs over 52,000 people of which 60 per cent are women. The region’s economy is heavily dependent on tea. The Plantations Labor Act 1951 protects the rights of tea garden workers. Like Champagne grapes, Darjeeling tea achieved "Geographical Indication" status, protecting the name of "Darjeeling Tea" to be used only on teas produced in that region.

The seasonality of Darjeeling tea, described as flushes, bring out different flavor from the tea that is picked from the same plants during different times of the year.

There are three major tea flushes grown and harvested in Darjeeling: