Look for kaffir and Thai peppers at a local Thai or Asian grocery; many natural foods stores also carry them.
An average young coconut has ½ cup meat in it. When removing the coconut meat, drain the coconut water to use in this recipe (you may need to supplement with more coconut water). Remember to strain the water to remove any of the coconut flesh that may have fallen in.
If you don't have fresh coconuts available, replace coconut meat with 1½ cups cashews blended with ⅓ cup coconut oil.
Hydration factor: You’ve likely heard about the hydrating benefits of coconut water, which contains a high dose of the electrolyte potassium, a nutrient that helps maintain your body’s fluid balance. In these refreshing appetizer shooters, your taste buds are piqued by flavors that are naturally sweet, sour, salty and bitter all at once.