Nature’s candy with fiber. Doesn’t get any better than this, naseberry is a staple fruit in Jamaica.
delicious; took me back to the Philippines
Sapodilla tastes like sweet brown sugar along with a hint of Apple! Love it!
I loved the fruit. It took me back in my memories dreamland. It was so delicious Nd juicy that it made me nostalgic. Love you Miami fruit. Thank you.
Hi I love it very much,I cannot explain the taste but it’s so sweet and refreshing I can’t wait to buy again thank you very much
The sapodilla came well packed. We had to let it ripen for a few days but it was very delicious and not one bruise. My husband thoroughly enjoyed them because he has not had them for at least 35 years. He is from Suriname. Eating them brought back many childhood memories. Thank you for making such unique fruits available to others.
Sweet and tasty
My mother and her mom, both from Jamaica, both said it tastes like back home. My only point of reference does not compare in quality, having tasted what is found locally and what I purchased here; I will certainly be back for more.
Fruits arrived on time . Appropriate selection of fruit in terms of size etc . Materials provided to ripen the fruit . ( they will arrive unripe as expected and ripen v nicely )
Very happy with purchase will definitely buy these again . I bought some other fruits from Miami fruit . Waiting for them to ripe.
Absolute perfection! These taste exactly like a dessert I made for the family that had sweet potato, Eggfruit, maple, ginger, red apple, Ceylon cinnamon, vanilla... but it’s all in one fruit without the standing! Enjoy! Ambrosia!
Sapodilla is my favorite fruit! I am obsessed with the quality and eco friendliness that Miami Fruit brings to the equation. Will be ordering more.
Love the fruit. We had them in India first, where the are called Chiku. I was happily amazed at how fast they arrived. Actually got here before Christmas, which was very unusual for this unusual year. Great service.
It was great
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One of my favorite fruits! So sweet, I can’t wait fo it to ripen.
This is one of the best fruits I’ve ever tasted - when it’s ripe - it’s better to let this one get overripe than eat it early when it’s very bitter