Soursop (1.8-2.3 lb)

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$23.99  |  ~1.7-2.2 lb
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Soursop is a tropical fruit native to the American tropics. It is also known as guanabana, guyabano, graviola, or Brazilian paw paw. It has a greenish-yellow color, prickly skin, and creamy, white flesh and is grown on the Annona muricata tree.

Its flavor is often described as a cross between strawberry and apple, with a hint of citrus thrown in for good measure. It's most common in Caribbean, South American, and Southeast Asian cuisines, where it's used in beverages, syrups, and ice creams, as well as eaten raw.

When a soursop fruit is ready to eat, it should be soft and slightly mushy to the touch and the skin color will change to a yellowish tone.

You will receive 2-3 smaller ones or 1 big one with each order.