Custard Apple is available for a limited time 💗
Custard apple (annona reticulata) is also called "Bullock's heart" or Bull's Heart, due to its resemblance to a bull's heart.
Some other common names for custard apple are: mamón (Cuba), anona, anona colorada (México), corazón (Venezuela), anón pelón (Colombia), and araticum-do-mato (Brazil).
When ripe, the texture is creamy and thick like cheesecake and the flavor is sweet with a subtle hint of berries.
It's grown in small quantities here in South Florida.
We just caught up on pre-orders so now is a great time to secure your box before the season ends.
Use code: ANNONAPARTY at the checkout for $20 off any size custard apple box.
What’s in Season:
Tamarillo (tree tomato)
On the Horizon/Pre Order: