• rambutan rambutans

    Rambutan

    Rambutan, a close relative of the Longan & Lychee has a soft and flexible outer shell with hair like bristles.  Beneath the hairy skin is a milky white sweet flesh with a grape-like texture surrounding an inedible center seed.  The flavor is very sweet and aromatic. Provides a good source of Vitamin C, Calcium, Iron & B-Vitamins. Origin: Thailand, Indonesia, Malaysia.

    £11.00 - £33.00
  • Lychees Lychee

    Lychee

    Lychee has a sweet and aromatic taste, as well as a unique fragrance.  Sweet tones are present throughout and commonly characterised with grape, rose, pear and watermelon notes.  Lychee is best enjoyed when chilled too. Provides a good source of Vitamin C, Copper & Phosphorus. Origin: Vietnam, Malaysia, Thailand.

    £10.00 - £17.50 Sold Out
  • Longan

    Longan

    Closely related to the Lychee & Rambutan.  Within the brown skin will be sweet, clear flesh with a grape like texture.  The seed in the middle should be discarded. Longan is best enjoyed when chilled too. Provides a good source of Vitamin C, B-Vitamins, Copper & Potassium. Origin: Vietnam, Malaysia, Thailand.

    £6.00 - £17.00
  • Kumquat

    Kumquats

    A small citrus fruit about an inch long where the whole fruit is actually edible.  In fact the peel is where the true citrus sweetness is found.  The flesh on the other hand makes for a strong and juicy tart contrast.  The peel & flesh in combination provides a sweet tart mouthful. Provides a good source of Vitamin A, Vitamin C, & Manganese. Origin: Belgium, Spain, France, Holland.

    £9.00 - £28.00
  • sapodilla brown sugar fruit

    Sapodilla (Brown Sugar Fruit)

    A sweet fruit with flavors comparable to a syrup or brown sugar, hence it being referred to by many as a caramel covered pear or brown sugar fruit.   Provides a good source of Copper, Iron, Potassium & B-Vitamins. Origin: Thailand, India.

    £15.00 - £60.00
  • finger lime caviar

    Finger Lime (Caviar Lime)

    Our Fresh Finger Limes are on average six centimetres long with an oblong elongated shape.  Colors often vary with shades of orange, red, green, black.  These Limes are very popular among chefs especially due to its versatility and use in luxury gourmet dishes and drinks.  The flesh contains pulp like vesicles which can often vary from pink, green or white in color which pop once in the mouth.  The flavor is compared with a strong citrus blast with tones similar to lemon. Provides a good source of Potassium, Vitamin C & Vitamin E.  Origin: Australia.  

    £10.00 - £44.00
  • Salak Snake Fruit

    Salak (Snake Fruit)

    The brown skin of the fruit is scaly like a snake and prickly like a cactus.  The pulp has an apple like crunch, though some varieties can be drier and have a flaky texture, while others are more spongy and succulent.  In the center lies an inedible seed. The sweet tropical flavor of Snake fruit is often described as a blend of apple, banana and honey.  It often leaves a citrusy tingle on the tongue due to the slight acidity. Provides a good source of Iron, Riboflavin & Vitamin C. Origin: Thailand, Indonesia.

    £11.00 - £38.95
  • Feijoa Pineapple Guava

    Feijoa (Pineapple Guava)

    A Feijoa contains a sweet, cream colored pulp which has a unique, aromatic flavor. It could be described as a cross between a pear, pineapple and guava.  The texture close to the skin is somewhat grainy although not unpleasant. Towards the center of the fruit the texture transforms into a softer jelly-like consistency. This jelly center becomes more pronounced as the fruit ripens. Provides a good source of Vitamin C & B-Vitamins. Origin: Colombia

    £29.00 - £54.00
  • Phsalis Cape Gooseberry

    Physalis (Cape Gooseberry)

    Very small fruits surrounded by a leafy husk which looks a bit like a Chinese lanturn.  Within it will be a bright orange fruit.  A ripe Physalis has a sweet-tart taste reminiscent of Orange & Pineapple. Provides a good source Vitamin A, Vitamin C, & B-Vitamins. Origin: Brazil, Colombia Ecuador.

    £8.50 - £15.50