Rare Fruit Box
In The Box Last Week
Australian Caviar Lime
This Australian native is known for its elongated shape and caviar-like interior. The tart, lime-flavored vesicles burst in the mouth, making it an exquisite garnish for seafood dishes and cocktails.
Brazilian Passion Fruit
Our passion fruit boasts a tart, aromatic flavor encased in a tough outer rind. The interior is filled with edible seeds and pulp, widely used to enhance desserts and drinks.
Originating from Southeast Asia, starfruit offers a delightful sweet-tart flavor with a crisp, juicy texture. Its unique star shape makes it a popular addition to salads and decorative garnishes.
South American Pink Guava
A tropical fruit known for its sweet and slightly floral flavor. The flesh can range from pink to yellow, and it's commonly used in jams, jellies, and pastries.
A rich, sinfully sweet and juicy, mango. It's a versatile fruit used in everything from chutneys and smoothies to salads and desserts.
Known as the "custard apple," our cherimoya comes from the Andean regions of South America. It has a creamy texture and a sweet, tropical flavor, often eaten fresh or used in desserts.
Native to China, kumquats are small, oval citrus fruits with a tangy and slightly sweet taste. The entire fruit, including the peel, is edible, making them a favorite for candying or creating marmalades.
Italian Blood Oranges
Blood oranges, with their deep red flesh, hail from Italy and are celebrated for their sweet, berry-like flavor. They are a vibrant addition to sorbets, cocktails, and salads.
Southeast Asian Pomelo
The largest citrus fruit, pomelo, comes from Southeast Asia. It has a mild, sweet-citrus flavor with a grapefruit-like texture but is less bitter. Pomelos are often used in salads, desserts, and Asian cuisines.
Grown and imported by the Pacific