Here at Mintycoco we do a dance every time we get an order! It's traditional to blow the Conch Shell first then shimmy and sashay some steps ... but we don't look half as good as the real dancers.
That's the traditional Sri Lankan harvest dance, right there. Preceded by blowing the Conch shell!
We take our coconut celebrations seriously too.
When an order cames in, we're so happy that we have to have a bit of a dance. And we blow our (OK, so ours is imaginary) Conch Shell. Then, quick as a flash, we carefully package up the Mintycoco and ship it to the next Mintycoconut. Hopefully that's going to be you!
We're told that Mintycoco's the world's most delicious oil pulling and what makes our day is hearing how it works for you.
Each coconut is carefully handpicked. They're all grown on organic farms in Sri Lanka - we believe the jungles are for wildlife and the only wild harvesting should be by the creatures who live there. So every Mintycoco coconut is lovingly grown and harvested by our organic farmers.
Every single Mintycoco sachet tastes great and is as good for you as it's possible to be - plus each sachet helps children at Sri Lanka's Rainbow Centre escape extreme poverty into brighter futures.
So one coconut at a time, people all over the planet smile more.
We really want you in our Mintycoconut Tribe so please...
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Love from all of us here at Mintycoco,
Angela aaaaaand Robbie
Angela Wright MBE Robbie Savage
PS I almost forgot! We've arranged a special 10% discount for you, just for a short time! Get your Mintycoco today and SAVE 10%. Jump on this link here and, when you get to the checkout, put in your special code DETOX. Then we'll be dancing when we send you your Mintycoco :) Get yours now while the code's still live.
Designed in Noosa Australia and Devon England, carefully grown and harvested in Sri Lanka, sustainably packaged in the UK and loved all over the planet.
*this beautiful image was originally posted to Flickr by Dance Photographer Brendan Lally