5 Exceptionally Delicious and Rare Fruits

Cherimoya (Annona cherimola) is native to certain parts of South America, but now has been spread to other tropical regions such as parts of the Caribbean. The tree grows to between 5-9 metres in height, producing fragrant fruity-scented flowers. The fruit itself is a large (10-20 cm), cone or heart-shaped with the appearance of green “scales” on its exterior. It has a white pulpy interior which is extremely creamy and sweet, giving it the names custard apple, or ice cream fruit. It also contains hard, dark-brown/black seeds which if broken, are poisonous. 


2. Cherimoya

The great news is that today, this fruit has spread to more parts of the world than just South America, so you may be able to get one where you are.

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