• Asian Pear (Nashi)

    Asian Pear (Nashi)

    The flesh is ivory to white and is crunchy, juicy, and creamy with a central fibrous core encasing several small, brown-black seeds. When ripe, Asian pears are crisp with a sweet, floral flavor, low acidity, and a fragrant aroma. Origin: Korea, China, Japan.

    £4.40 - £10.00 Sold Out
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    Assortment Box

     Exotic fruit box Information  -Comprises of a random assortment of our tastiest and most popular fruit.  The following sizes include: S,M,L -You can select up to 5 fruit to exclude from being a possibility for selection in your box, just drop an email of the fruit list alongside your order number.  Fruits are still randomly picked, this just removes those you select from being a possibility for selection.  Weights of boxes vary and are not always identical although the price value of the box will always remain consistent with total of the fruit inside. -Large & Medium Boxes are roughl...

    £40.00 - £200.00
  • atemoya

    Atemoya (Sugar Apple)

    A close relative of the Cherimoya/Custard Apple & Soursop.  The taste is similar with a blend of tropical flavors similar to mango, pineapple, banana and other citrus notes also.  The flesh becomes creamy & custard like when very ripe also. Provides a good source of Vitamin C, B-Vitamins, Magnesium, Potassium & Manganese. Origin: Peru, Colombia, Peru.

    £11.50 - £53.00
  • Baby Pineapple Mini Pineapples

    Baby Pineapples

    Resembling a regular pineapple these varieties are typically 5/6 inches in height.  Unlike regular pineapples, they have a less fibrous edible core.  They can also be sweeter than the regular varieties. Provides a good source of: Vitamin C, Manganese, Vitamin B6, Copper & Thiamine. Origin: Thailand, Costa Rica

    £3.60 - £30.50
  • Apple banana manzano banana

    Banana (Apple/Manzano banana)

    Apple Bananas are commonly categorized by their size texture and flavor.  They are shorter than regular Cavendish bananas and more plump.   Taste-wise it is both sweet and tangy while unripe.  When it becomes fully ripe the flavors become sweeter, richer and creamier than regular cavendish bananas.  They are meant to have a large armount if black spots on them before consuming.  If consumed while yellow like a regular cavendish banana they won’t be very flavorful. Provides a good source of Potassium, Vitamin A & Vitamin C & B-Vitamins.    Origin: Uganda/Kenya

    £15.00 - £30.00
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    Banana (Burro)

    Burro Bananas are a popular variety especially in the Caribbean & Central America.  They have a unique oblong shape and are noticeably bigger than the more common variety.   Upon ripening they turn from green to yellow with distinct brown streaks and spots forming all over the fruit. Taste wise, this variety is noticeably creamy and sweet with lemon undertones giving it a unique and beautiful flavor overall. Origin: St.Lucia, Jamaica

    £17.00 - £43.00
  • Red banana dacca

    Banana (Red Dacca)

    Red bananas are a popular variety in Asia & South America.  They are very sweet and soft when ripe and contain a raspberry and strawberry sweetness to it. Provides a good source of Potassium, Magnesium, Vitamin B6 & Vitamin C. Origin: India, Brazil, Ecuador.

    £11.00 - £35.00
  • 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
  • breadfruit

    Breadfruit

    Breadfruit can be boiled, baked, roasted or fried when still unripe and hard.  When fully ripe, the fruit texture changes and becomes very soft and is easily pulled apart revealing a creamy, custard like flesh.  This creamy flesh has vanilla undertones with a mild sweetness. A good source of Vitamin C, Potassium, Copper, Iron & Magnesium. *Each weigh approx 1.4kg.  Origin: Jamaica, Sri Lanka, St.Lucia.

    £10.50 - £41.00
  • Buddhas Hand Fingered Citron

    Buddhas Hand (Fingered Citron)

    Buddha’s hand is a distinct fruit in the citron family. It has a sweet, lemon blossom aroma and no juice or pulp. The mild-tasting pith is not bitter nor sweet, so the fruit can be zested or used whole. Origin: Thailand, Vietnam.  

    £23.50 Sold Out
  • Burmese Grape (Bobby / Bubi)

    Burmese Grape (Bobby / Bubi)

    The Burmese Grape is a small, round, cream colored fruit with a skin that must be peeled before consumption, similar to a lychee but less juicy.  Beneath this peel will be the similarly colored flesh which has a sweet and sour taste, commonly compared to Mangosteen. It is also commonly made into wines and stew dishes within a variety of cuisines throughout Asia. Origin: Bangladesh, India

    £10.00 - £42.00 Sold Out
  • Custard Apple Cherimoya

    Cherimoya (Custard Apple)

    Custard Apples have an array of sweet notes, with a blend of bananas, pineapples, papaya, peaches when ripe.  Texture wise they are creamy and custard like when ripe allowing it to be scooped with a spoon or pulled apart with hands. Provides a good source of Vitamin C, B-Vitamins, Magnesium, Potassium & Manganese. Origin: Belgium, Spain, Vietnam.

    £2.20 - £19.50
  • Custard Apple Cherimoya

    Cherimoya (Custard Apple) (Extra Large)

    Custard Apples have an array of sweet notes, with a blend of bananas, pineapples, papaya, peaches when ripe.  Texture wise they are creamy and custard like when ripe allowing it to be scooped with a spoon or pulled apart with hands. Provides a good source of Vitamin C, B-Vitamins, Magnesium, Potassium & Manganese. Origin: Belgium, Spain, Vietnam.

    £20.00 - £60.00 Sold Out
  • Cocoa Fruit

    Cocoa Pod

    Within these cocoa pods will be multiple beans, approximately the size of a coat button covered in a thick white pulpy flesh.  It is this thick white pulp which is sweet and tangy.  The beans underneath are very bitter and can be dried and put to other culinary uses. Provides a good source of Calcium, Copper, Iron, Magnesium, Phosphorus, Selenium & Zinc as will as B-Vitamins. Origin: Peru, Colombia, Ecuador

    £21.50 - £28.00
  • jelly water coconut jelly nut

    Coconut (Jelly)

    Jelly water coconuts have a softer exterior flesh compared to the hard brown coconut.  They also contain approximately 400-500ml of sweet and refreshing mineral rich water. Origin: Costa Rica.

    £16.00 - £55.00
  • Coconut (King)

    Coconut (King)

    King Coconuts are considered by connoisseurs as the best variety in the world, hence its earned name 'King'.  The exquisite taste and nutritional richness makes it a national treasure in parts of South Asia.  The very sweet water contains an array of minerals. electrolytes and bio-enzymes resulting in a refreshing, hydrating and lasting cooling effect on the body.  Origin: Sri Lanka There are many other medicinal uses of King Coconuts which we recommended further research into also. 

    £13.00 - £102.50