Soursop | Guanabana Box from $119.00
This is it! We have Soursop! You might know it as Guanabana or Graviola. Soursop is the ultimate tropical and exotic fruit treasure. Soursops have very different shapes and size that's why we sell it by weight. That said, we always err in your favor. What does Soursop taste like? If you never had a Soursop you are in for a treat. The flavor profile is a creamy texture that tastes like a combination of pineapple with a hint of strawberry and a sour citrusy note. Where does our Soursop / Guanabana come from? We get regular Soursop shipments flown in weekly and they sell pretty fast so if you see we don't have it in stock, come back in a few days, especially at the beginning of the week and we usually have it. You'll get it fast! Due to its delicacy, Soursop requires special handling and will be shipped on the day it arrives so it can get to you in perfect condition. You don't have to pay extra for this awesome perk. That's why we are the #1 Soursop distributor online. ***Please note that Soursop is now shipping the week of 5/9***
Yellow Dragon Fruit Box from $69.00
Dragon Fruit, also called Pitaya or Pitahaya is the fruit of a cactus originally from Mexico and Central America. People describe the flavor as a mix between a pear and a kiwi. Yellow Dragon Fruit is the sweetest variety and most requested by Tropifruiters nationwide. Due to its high demand, we’ve created this box just for Yellow Dragon Fruit lovers. Don't miss this chance, get your Yellow Dragon Fruit box while they last! ***Please note now shipping week of 5/31***
Dragon Fruit | Pitahaya Mix Box from $69.00
Dragon Fruit, also called Pitaya or Pitahaya is the fruit of a cactus originally from Mexico and Central America. People describe the flavor as a mix between a pear and a kiwi. Dragon Fruit is packed with antioxidants that protect your cells from damage. We now have the yellow and red variety available and due to its high demand, we’ve created this box just for Dragon Fruit lovers. If you know this fruit, you love it and know it’s a powerhouse! Current mix is yellow dragon and red dragon with white flesh. Don't miss this chance, get your box while they last. ***Please note now shipping week of 5/31***
Tree Tomato | Tamarillo Box $79.00
Grown in altitudes of over 5000 ft in Ecuador, the Tree Tomato, also called Tamarillo is an exotic tropical treat. The Tree Tomato has a tangy flavor that people compare to a mixture of guava, passion fruit with the tomato notes that give it its name. How do you eat it? Good question! You can just simply cut them in half following the stem, add a little sugar or your favorite sweetener, and enjoy it with a spoon! You can grill them, blanch them, add them to soups and salads or even make an amazing cream cheese spread. Order your 8 pound box of Tree Tomatoes Today.
Blood Orange Box from $59.00 $69.00
Blood oranges are the preferred citrus of the foo foo foodies and influencers, both real and imagined. Why have a regular orange if you can pretend to be a vampire? I don’t know if you’ve seen TV lately but the night ghouls are making a comeback. What gives blood oranges their vibrant color? Believe it or not, it’s because it has pigments that are commonly found in flowers but not so much in citrus. What does it taste like? Definitely like a supercharged orange. It has a hint of raspberry and a slight grapefruit note with an overall popping sweetness that makes them unbelievably better than a regular orange. Perhaps that's why they are becoming more popular. Don't wait, get your box of Blood Oranges Today!
Kumquat Fruit Box from $77.00 $87.00
Kumquats are pretty amazing fruits. These little fruits explode in your mouth with a citrusy tart flavor that's just unforgettable. They are the smallest members of the citrus family but they do surely pack a flavor punch. The name Kumquat means golden orange in Chinese as this fruit is originally from China. Lucky for us, it's now grown in many parts of the world, including Florida. You can actually eat the entire fruit including the peel, the seeds and of course, the flesh. The peel is pretty sweet and a favorite of Kumquat lovers. How do you eat them? You can just eat them like a grape, the whole thing. They are also popular for preserves and they are often pickled to add as a flavor punch for salads and other dishes.