Dive into the Miss'O adventure

Our mission is to offer an authentic and beneficial refreshment experience .



Coconut water becomes a refreshing experience to share

Our story began with a simple desire: to share the lightness of a natural drink, with no added sugar or aspartame, in every sip.

Dive into the Miss O adventure

It's the fruit of a shared passion, that of a mother and son, both of whom have been big coconut water consumers for many years.

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Our drink

Miss O coconut water is made from Thailand's famous Nam Hom coconut, always picked young (green) to ensure a low-calorie, full-flavored drink.


The natural balance

Pure, natural coconut water from the coconut palms of Thailand, a low-calorie drink perfect for those who like a balanced diet.


Bottle, Coconut water Miss O
A word from the designer

"As an avid coconut water drinker I created Miss O with my son to share our love for this healthy, natural drink full of benefits."

Naziha Oscarsson

Our team
Between mother and son

We've been working for years on finding the best, most fertile land. We sort the coconuts on the floor.

Naziha Oscarsson -

Meet Naziha

Nils Oscarsson - Creator and Executive Director

Meet Naziha

Frequently asked questions

What are electrolytes?

Electrolytes are essential minerals such as potassium, sodium and magnesium. They help maintain fluid balance and the proper functioning of muscles and nerves.

How do I keep Miss O?

Miss O coconut water should be stored at room temperature before opening. Once opened, it should be refrigerated and consumed within 3 days.

What are the advantages of glass packaging?

Glass is a non-reactive material, which means it doesn't release any chemicals, so neither flavor nor nutritional properties are altered.

Is coconut water vegan and gluten-free?

Yes, Miss O coconut water is 100% vegan and gluten-free. It's made only from pure coconut water, with no animal or gluten ingredients, making it suitable for a variety of diets.

Why does the color of coconut water change?

Some of the enzymes present in coconut water have a natural reaction to light, resulting in a coloring of the drink that can range from cloudy coconut water to pink, depending on the variety.
This reaction does not affect the taste, flavor or nutritional benefits of coconut water.

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