Alibertia patinoi

Spanish: Borojo

Fruit Description

Borojo is a fairly large brown fruit with a pulp that is very thick and creamy and takes out 90-95% of the weight of fruit. The rest is the small seeds in the middle and a thin skin.
The pulp is spicy and tart with a slight sweetness. The taste reminded me mostly to quince jelly, in a more tart version. It also reminds to apple somewhat, and has a peppery spiciness. The most common way to consume is in smoothies and juices.
It is considered a superfood with aphrodisiac properties by both the indigenous and foreigner.

Both male and female plants are required for successful fruiting.
Seeds Last Available - August-2019