Dry and intermediate zone
Indian Basin, or the Pacific Basin
Sweet, slightly salty, and slightly metallic
Use in Ayurveda medicine as treatments for burning sensation, wounds, gastritis, dysentery, urinary diseases and polyuria. Coconuts are loaded with powerful antioxidants, which keeps cells healthy, reduces signs of aging, keeps skin looking youthful, and wards off degenerative diseases. Additionally, coconut oil has the highest temperature point than any other oil (save, perhaps, macadamia nut oil) before its proteins denature from the heat.
Religious events involved breaking open a coconut, the very act of which signifies man offering himself to the gods. In India and Sri Lanka, coconuts symbolize purity, fertility and blessing. When integrated with other flavors and ingredients, however, coconuts develop complex, nuanced, rich flavors.
King Coconut Wine 03 bottles of King Coconut Water 1Kg (2.2 lbs) of Sugar ( To make into a caramelized sugar) 25g ( 1 oz) of Yeast 3” Piece of Cinnamon 8 Cloves 8 Cardamoms 2 Wine Glasses of Lemon Juice Method :- Crush the cinnamon, cloves and cardamoms slightly and mix with Yeast and Lime Juice ( dissolve in a little king coconut water ) in an earthen -ware vessel. Cover the vessel and leave to ferment for 10 days. Then strain and add the sugar caramel to it and leave to settle for 3 days . After the third day, tube strain the King Coconut Wine and bottle them.