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Acerola

Acerola is a type of cherry-like tropical fruit, of sweet raspberry-like flavor, and famously known for it's high Vitamin C content. Common name: Barbados Cherry.

 

Calamansi

Calamansi or calamondin is a fruit tree native to the Philippines. It is the most commonly grown backyard tree among the citrus species. It can thrive in a wide variety of environmental conditions.

Capuli

Capuli is a fruit similar in appearance to the European cherry, with a dark purple skin and pale green, juicy flesh, with a flavour similar to wild cherries. Although the fruit is mostly eaten fresh in the Andes, it is also stewed, preserved, and made into jams and wine.

Carambole Fruit

Also known as star fruit, it's a tropical fruit in shape of a star, it can be eaten raw. It has a high content of vitamin C. In cocktails you may use it for garnishing in the form of slices, which are very attractive for the star shape.

Cloudberry

Cloudberry, also known as bakeapple, is an alpine plant with an edible amber colored fruit very common in Nordic countries and it's been used as a spice for Aquavit.

Coconut

It is the fruit of the coconut palm tree. It is commonly used in exotic type of drinks as green or mature for presentation using the shells or as an ingredient of the cocktail using its water or cream.

Dalandan

Dalandan is a type of sour orange from Philippines. It is very juicy and perfect for making into juice.

Dates

Edible, sweet fruit of the date palm. It's very popular in the Middle East and North Africa.

Goji Berry

Goji berry also known as Chinese Wolfberry is an exotic fruit native to southeastern Europe and Asia. It is usually sold in dried form and it is used to make Chinese wines, beer and juice.

Golden Berry

A small yellow, round fruit with yellow seeds, sour-sweet in flavor indigenous to South America is also known as 'peruvian cherry' in English, and 'uvilla' or 'uchuva' in Spanish.

Gooseberry

It is a round edible and yellowish-green or reddish berry with a thin translucent hairy skin native to Europe.

 

Guaraná

Guaraná is a tropical plant from Venezuela and Brazil with a small red fruit that contains high caffeine content. It is used as an ingredient in soft and energy drinks.

Juniper Berries

Berries that grow from an evergreen shrub or small tree, the shrubby common juniper is used for the great aromatic properties that its berries have to flavoring gin.

Kaffir Lime

Kaffir lime is a type of lime native from Southeast Asia, very aromatic and distinguished by its bumpy exterior and small size. It is used in food and as ingredient for cocktails such as Melon and Ginger Crush.

Kamias

Kamias or camias are fruits similar in texture and taste to the carambola fruit. It contains a high acid content that makes it too sour to eat raw.

Kiwi (fruit)

Declared as China's national fruit is a large brown egg shaped fruit with a covering of fine downy hair. Its interior is green, spattered with tiny edible black seeds with elusive flavor.

Kumquat

Kumquat is a small, oval, citrus fruit, usually between 1 to 2 inches long with leathery orange or yellow skin. 

 

 

Lychee

Lychee or litchi is an exotic fruit native from China, the fruit is covered by a leathery rind which is pink to red in color and rough in texture. The edible portion is white, translucent, firm and juicy. Its flavor is sweet, fragant and delicious. Inside the aril is a seed. It is consumed raw, in syrup, or in liquor. Lychee is also available in cans.

Mango

Edible fruit from tropical climates countries, distinctive for its juice, flavor, and aroma. It contains one single big seed and it's used in tropical fresh cocktails.

Naranjillas

An intriguing and highly appealing member of the nightshade family, Solanaceae, the naranjilla, acquired its Spanish name, meaning "little orange" because it is round, and is bright-orange when fully ripe. In Ecuador it is called naranjilla de Quito, in Peru, naranjita de Quito. The Incas called it lulum. In Mexico, it is lulun; in Colombia, lulo, naranjilla or toronja. 

Passion Fruit

The passion fruit is a round to oval, yellow or dark purple fruit at maturity, with a mushy interior filled with numerous seeds. The fruit can be grown to eat or for its juice, which is often added to other fruit juices to enhance aroma.

It is said in some cultures, after eating a Passion Fruit, you fall in love with the next person you make eye contact with.

For cocktails, its pulp will be used to give an exotic citrus aroma.

Papaya

The fruit of a tropical plant that can grow into a large tree appearance. The fruit is sweet and orange-colored when ripe and contains dark-brown colored seeds which need to be removed together with the skin for consumption.

Prickly Pear Tuna

Prickly Pear Tuna is the fruit from the cactus. It is eaten raw or made into drinks. This fruit has hair like spines called glochids that must be removed before handling the fruit. It contains many seeds.

Tamarillo

Also known as "tomate de árbol" for its name in Spanish that means 'tree tomato', it's an edible fruit native to the Andes of Peru, Ecuador, Chile, Bolivia. It is used to prepare fresh juice, jam, syrup, and conserve. 

Tamarind

The tamarind is native to tropical Africa and grows wild throughout the Sudan. It was introduced into India so long ago, it has often been reported as indigenous there also. It is extensively cultivated in tropical areas of the world. It is used to prepare juice and food recipes.