We are not currently offering Cherimoya
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The Cherimoya, also known as the "Custard Apple," due to the unique, creamy texture of its flesh, is native to Colombia, Peru and Bolivia, and spread throughout Central America. This egg and heart-shaped beauty is truly tropical, with a mild taste reflecting banana, papaya, pineapple and coconut. Cherimoya make a great addition to salads, or can be blended into a mousse or smoothie for something truly extraordinary.
How do you eat them
Cut In Half
Use Your Fingers To Pull Apart
Eat the Chunks!
Tropical Fruit. Avoid The Cold.
As a tropical fruit, cherimoyas love 55 degree or warmer temperatures, so keeping them at room temperature is preferred. They don't keep long (a day or two), so you can also refrigerate to keep from spoiling.
So Many Ways To Enjoy