Quenepa, an antioxidant rich fruit of the tropical variety, is often referred to as a Spanish lime. It is a tropical fruit from Mexico and Central America. The fruit is green and grows in a bunch with juicy orange or yellow flesh.
The Sapodilla fruit is the berry of a tropical evergreen tree and resembles a potato. It is native to the middle east and Mexico. It’s texture is like a pear with yellow to brown flesh and 3-5 seeds.
Sugar-apple is originally from the Philippines. Its flesh is a yellowish white and is soft and gooey. Some types are segmented like citrus. It has a very pleasing aroma and tastes like sweet custard. Unlike many other fruits, the sugar apple is high in iron.
Ripe persimmons are a sweet and tangy edible berry. Its outer skin is waxy and it’s flesh is a juicy pulp. Like many other fruits that are high in tannins, it cannot be eaten unless it is ripe, otherwise it will stick to your skin.
Mamey is a fruit from southern Mexico. It has a brown skin similar to the kiwifruit only the hairs are much more like peach fuzz. The inside can range from orange to pink and has a soft, creamy texture.