• Soursop (Thai, JA, Viet)

    Soursop (Thai, JA, Viet)

    Commonly referred to as Guanabana or Graviola.  It is described as having a delicate tropical, fruity & musky fragrance with a blend of sweet & sourness to its flavor.  The sweet tones are described as a blend of Mango & Pineapple tones complimented by citrus zesty undertones when ripe. This variety has a more irregular shape and smaller average size compared to the Colombian type, but is equally as nutritionally potent and admired by many, Provides a good source of Copper, Manganese, Potassium, Vitamin C and B-Vitamins. Origin:,,Vietnam, Jamaica, Thailand  Note:  Weights may ha...

    £20.00 - £110.00
  • 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
  • honey pomelo

    Honey Pomelo

    Pomelo are an Asian fruit known to get very large in size and are commonly compared to grapefruit.  They have a unique teardrop shape and a thick pale rind.  Taste-wise they they are similar to grapefruit but without the bitterness, when ripe they are quite sweet with subtle citrus tones. Provides a good source of Vitamin C. Origin: Malaysia, China.

    £10.00 - £20.00
  • starfruit carambola

    Starfruit (Carambola)

    Starfruit has a sweet flavor with sour juicy undertones. with a juicy and firm flesh similar to a grape.  The taste isn't distinct but has been commonly described as having tones similar to pear, green grapes and an orange. Provides a good source of Vitamin C. Origin: Thailand, Indonesia, Malaysia.    

    £19.00 - £34.00
  • Grenadilla

    Grenadilla

    Its smooth and thin skin cracks open and inside is a clear goo full of black, crunchy seeds ensconced in a spongy white pith. The goo is usually sucked up and eaten or with a spoon with the seeds, like a passion fruit.  Taste wise they are tart, perhaps close in taste to white grape pulp. Provides a good source of: Vitamin A & Vitamin C. Origin: Brazil, Colombia   

    £10.00 - £18.85
  • Dragonfruit Pink white flesh

    Pink DragonFruit White Flesh

    This variety of dragonfruit has a pink exterior with a spike like growths.  Inside the fruit you will find a creamy white flesh embedded with many tiny black edible seeds.  This fruit has a sweet taste when ripe, with tones of Kiwi, Pear & Watermelon.  Provides a good source of Vitamin C, B-vitamins, Calcium, Iron, Magnesium and Phosphorus.  The tiny edible seeds also contain healthy omega fatty acids and are tasty to eat with the creamy flesh. Origin: Thailand, Malaysia, Indonesia.

    £34.00 - £59.00
  • soursop graviola guanabana

    Soursop (Colombian)

    Commonly referred to as Guanabana or Graviola.  It is described as having a delicate tropical, fruity & musky fragrance with a blend of sweet & sourness to its flavor.  The sweet tones are described as a blend of Mango & Pineapple tones complimented by citrus zesty undertones when ripe. This variety is generally larger than the Thai type.  A key difference is the shape, the Colombian variety is known for its very symmetrical, bold green color and aesthetic appeal, hence its great popularity. Provides a good source of Copper, Manganese, Potassium, Vitamin C and B-Vitamins. Origin...

    £60.00 - £148.00
  • Kiwano

    Kiwano (Horned Melon)

    Kiwano has a slimy green interior which is a cross between cucumber, zucchini, and melon in flavor.  When very ripe, the sweetness of banana is slightly present. Provides a good source of Magnesium, Iron, Phosphorus, Vitamin C & Zinc. Origin: Spain, France, Belgium, Holland.

    £18.00 - £53.50
  • Maracuya Maracuja

    Maracuya

    Close relative to the purple passionfruit, this variety is a little richer in flavor.  The interior consists of a sweet and sour pulp like liquid and tiny seeds which can be scooped with a spoon.  They can be eaten alone or combined with another dish. Provides a good source of:  Vitamin A & Vitamin C. Origin: Brazil, Colombia.

    £15.00 - £27.00
  • Jujube

    Jujube

    The small fruits begin green, then turn red/brown as it ripens but are popularly eaten at both stages.  Ours have been picked and ripened at an optimal stage of green and red speckled fruits.  They don’t ripen after being picked. Texture and taste wise, they can be likened to an Apple with a crisp and sweet taste and feel although Jujube is richer, sweeter and more aromatic than an Apple. Provides a good source of Vitamin C and Potassium. Origin: Indonesia, China, Thailand.

    £12.00 - £20.00 Sold Out
  • Tamarillo

    Tamarillo

    The inside of a Tamarillo is unique and vibrant.  Tamarillo tastes sweet and tangy, and the flesh is juicy, deep in color and filled with small, flat and circular edible seeds that are slightly larger than tomato seeds. Provides a good source of Vitamin A, C & E, Potassium, Iron, Copper & B-Vitamins. Origin: Colombia, Peru, Ecuador.

    £22.00 - £42.00
  • Blood Orange Oranges

    Blood orange

    This variety has a mainly orange flesh with areas of red flesh too, this redness becomes more pronounced as the fruit ripens, red patches appear on outer skin too as a sign of ripeness.  The flavor and aroma are generally stronger, sweet and less tangy than regular oranges when ripe. Provides a good source of Vitamin A, Vitamin C and Calcium. Origin: Spain, France. Italy.

    £8.00 - £14.00 Sold Out