Grows wild in Costa Rica. The clone we propagate is exceptionally good. Fruit are custard-like and deliciously aromatic.
more about this fruit...
Originating in central America the olosapo is unusual to find in supermarkets. The fruit flavor has been likened to a sweet egg custard or butterscotch and has a dense soft pulp. The tree grows to a height of between 9-12 meters and produces hundreds of fruit per harvest. It is fairly drought resistant and grows best in warm tropical climates in full sun below 1000 meters above sea level.
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