Virgin Coconut Oil or Butter?



The difference between BANABAN Extra Virgin Coconut Oil® and (Virgin) Coconut Butter is the fact that all premium quality Virgin Coconut Oil will solidify when the temperature drops below 65 degrees (F), 18 degrees (C) giving the oil a butter like quality.


If fact many Virgin Coconut Oil customers store their oil in the refrigerator so they can use it as a healthy substitute for butter or margarine spreads.


If the Virgin Coconut Oil is exposed to temperatures above 65 degrees(F), 18 degrees(C) for any length of time, the oil will melt back to its liquid form.


While some first time customers are not aware of this natural process, regular customers know this is a sure sign of the purity and quality of the Virgin Coconut Oil.


Once any type of additives is added to the oil and its purity is compromised the oil takes much longer to solidify.


For more information: Why does Virgin Coconut Oil Crystallize and Become Solid?


Video: Coconut Oil: Liquid or Solid


Virgin Coconut oil when solidfied in colder climates   

Virgin Coconut oil will liquidfy in warmer climates

BANABAN Extra Virgin Coconut Oil®

will appear as a solid white butter type consistency

during colder months


BANABAN Extra Virgin Coconut Oil®

will appear as a clear slightly golden liquid oil

during warmer months.