If you make soaps or snacks, coconut 110 is yet another coconut option! Coconut 110 has been missing from our line-up for a little while because production just kept getting pushed back. Since it is back in, I thought I would tell you a little about the coconuts we have to offer.
- Coconut 76 RBD, which is the most common type of coconut oil. Coconut 76 RBD indicates that it will become a liquid at 76°. This coconut oil has no coconut oil or smell. Coconut 76 RBD is the most traditional coconut for soap making. You can use coconut 76 RBD to cook with.
- Coconut 92 RBD, which will be a liquid at 92 degrees. This coconut oil has no coconut oil or smell. Coconut 92 RBD also used in soap making; coconut 92 in soap bars will give you a slightly harder bar than using coconut 76 RBD. You can use coconut 92 RBD to cook with, although it not used as much as organic coconut RBD.
- Coconut 110 RBD, which is a hydronated coconut blend (blended with soy) so that it stays solid up to 110° for harder formulas and some food/baking items. This coconut oil has no coconut oil or smell.
- Organic Coconut Oil RBD, which is coconut 76 but organically harvested. This coconut oil will start melting at 76°F. This coconut oil has no coconut oil or smell. This is a very popular coconut oil for cooking.
- Organic Extra Virgin Coconut Oil, the cleanest coconut oil which is an excellent coconut for cooking and all-natural skin care products. Extra virgin organic coconut will become liquid at 76 degrees. Organic extra virgin coconut oil is not RBD. This coconut will smell and taste like coconut.
In addition, we also have Coconut 1 pure coconut candle wax, and three versions of Fractionated Coconut Oils. So many coco-nuts!