Guanabana (aka Soursop)

Let the fruit ripen at room temperature. As Guanabana ripens, the fruit with lighten in color and turn into a bright yellow-green color and the spines will soften. Ripe fruit should give gently to the touch and be somewhat fragrant.

Guanabana (aka Soursop)

  • PRODUCT INFO

    Also known as soursop, Guanabana tastes like cherimoya and is fantastic in desserts. The fruit features a deliciously sweet-tart flavor, almost as if a creamy coconut-banana mixture was highlighted with notes of pineapple. Note that the skin and seeds are not edible.

  • AVAILABILITY

    Mar-May, Sep-Nov

  • ORIGIN

    USA