Brazil Nut Mylk 4L
Brazil Nut Mylk 4L
Brazil Nut Mylk 4L

Brazil Nut Mylk 4L

Regular price
$237.00
Sale price
$237.00

Makes 50L of Mylk
1 Year shelf life

Are you still drinking out of cardboard boxes or cow's nipples? Try this life altering, creamy goodness in your smoothies, coffee, cereal, pasta, or even creating your own ice cream: the list is endless!

This instant, eco-friendly mylk is 100% stone ground Brazil nuts with no nasty flavors or preservatives and will fill your body with the essential nutrients it needs so you can live your best everyday.

Just add one tablespoon of Brazil Nut Mylk to 250mls of filtered drinking water and BLEND, SHAKE in a jar or FROFF in a steamer!

For more ideas and recipes, check out our Vigour and Vitality Recipes page. 

Nutrition Table: Please see bottle images

Origin: Brazil - Peru

Variety: Bertholletia excelsa

Certified Organic 

The Brazil nut tree is the only species in the monotypic genus Bertholletia. It is native to the Guianas, Venezuela, Brazil, eastern Colombia, eastern Peru, and eastern Bolivia. It occurs as scattered trees in large forests on the banks of the Amazon River, Rio Negro, Tapajós, and the Orinoco. The genus is named after the French chemist Claude Louis Berthollet.

The Brazil nut is a large tree, reaching 50 m (160 ft) tall and with a trunk 1 to 2 m (3.3 to 6.6 ft) in diameter, making it among the largest of trees in the Amazon rainforests. It may live for 500 years or more, and according to some authorities often reaches an age of 1,000 years. The stem is straight and commonly without branches for well over half the tree's height, with a large emergent crown of long branches above the surrounding canopy of other trees.

The bark is grayish and smooth. The leaves are dry-season deciduous, alternate, simple, entire or crenate, oblong, 20–35 cm (7.9–13.8 in) long and 10–15 cm (3.9–5.9 in) broad. The flowers are small, greenish-white, in panicles 5–10 cm (2.0–3.9 in) long; each flower has a two-parted, deciduous calyx, six unequal cream-colored petals, and numerous stamens united into a broad, hood-shaped mass. (information from Wikipedia)