Harmless Harvest appears unassuming in its plain black and white label, which is somewhat reminiscent of generic product labels of years gone by. The image of hands embracing a green coconut suggests that you are getting only one thing: raw coconut water. Harmless Harvest delivers. They are fair trade and source their coconut water from fresh, organic Nam Hom coconuts grown on small farms in Thailand. The coconut water is not pasteurized, so none of the natural minerals are depleted. The bottles are recyclable and BPA-free.
I’ve had different brands of coconut water and really didn’t find any of them to be different from each other. Harmless Harvest stands out because coconut water is sweeter. The pink color, which is a natural occurrence in some coconuts, was an added bonus. I even enjoyed how fragrant the coconut water was as I drank it.
Coconut water has high levels of electrolytes, with potassium being the mineral at the highest concentration. Electrolytes give your body extra energy. I can honestly say that I felt energized while drinking Harmless Harvest’s raw coconut water. I would drink this alone or use it as a base for fruit or vegetable smoothies. Now that warmer weather is here, I will be stocking up.