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Es Kopyor Sintetis

  • Easy
  • Low Cost
  • Quick

Serve: 5 Person

The flesh of a kopyor coconut is sweeter and tastier than your everyday coconut

  • 3 glasses coconut milk from half coconut
  • 1 sachet of white agar-agar (jelly)
  • 4 tbsp sugar
  • ½ tsp salt
  • Red syrup
  • ½ glass coconut water
  • Shaved ice

The word kopyor originates from the Javanese word for “broken.” Kopyor is a ripe coconut fruit that has broken open but is still edible. The flesh of Kopyor is sweeter and tastier than the flesh taken from an intact coconut. Kopyor can be hard to find and can cost 4 to 5 times more than regular coconuts. The best way to get around this is to create your own kopyor chunks. Just like the real thing, this “synthetic kopyor” can make a refreshing cold drink for hot days.


  1. Boil coconut milk, agar-agar, sugar, and salt. Stir well until agar-agar dissolves.
  2. Place a block of ice into a cooler. Pour a little water over it.
  3. Pour 2 tablespoon agar-agar mixture on top of ice block. Let agar-agar solidify before cutting into slices of chunks that resemble kopyor shavings. Remove the agar-agar chunks and place in a large bowl. Repeat the steps for the remaining agar-agar liquid.
  4. Serving: pour 2 tbsp red syrup into a glass, add 4 tbsp synthetic kopyor. Add coconut water and top with shaved ice.
Dapur Rasamasa

This recipe has been tested in Dapur Rasamasa


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