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Florence Harvey cargo ship docks in Tampa, loaded with coconuts: 1919

Coconuts were once used as ballast for sailing ships to stabilize them on the rough oceans, and once near coastlines they were dropped, took root, and rapidly grew. The Dominican Republic’s east coast, Punta Cana is dubbed "La Costa del Coco" due to the region’s extraordinarily lush and mature coconut forest of which around 25,000 tons of dried coconut are exported overseas each year.

Our Cat 5 Coconut Moonshine captures the smooth and refreshing taste of the Caribbean coconut, brining the refreshing spirit of the down islands directly to your home.

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