Not Available at present - Rs. 410.00
Much sweeter than the white, the red fleshed fruit is sweet, juicy with a creamy pulp and delicate aroma. Cut in half and scoop out. A real show stopper.
Red fleshed dragon fruit is available from June to October.
Sold in 500g pack.
Not Available at present - Rs. 250.00Himalayan Mulberry is the “king” of the Fruiting Mulberries, producing 3 1/2″ to 5″ long maroon to black berries. They are very sweet and flavorful with a raspberry like flavor. Juice does not stain.
Also known as Rasbhari in India and as Physalis or Inca berries in some countries.
Flavour is pleasant, unique tomato/pineapple like blend. High pectin makes them ideal for a jam.
Everything is a superfood these days but rasbharis are a rich source of anti oxidants, calcium and vitamins . They are juicy and tart and great in salads or on their own .
Indian Gooseberry, Ground Cherry, Ras Bhari, Cape Gooseberry - This fruit has a lot of names.
This underrated fruit is a smooth berry, resembling a miniature spherical yellow tomato. Equipped with their own papery wrappers (or husks), resembling small, straw-colored Japanese lanterns.
It is sweet when ripe, with a characteristic, mildly tart flavor. They taste like sweet melon, tomato, citrus uniqueness. Texturally has skin like a tomato, juicy, with tiny crunchy seeds for texture but not the annoying kind that get stuck in your teeth. The flavor is distinctive, quite sweet and a bit wild. The sweet-tart flavor profile lends itself well to both sweet and savory dishes.
Fruits can be eaten raw, dried like raisins, frozen, or made into salsas, salads, chutneys, ice creams, jams, cooked pies, and desserts. One of the wonderful characteristics of ground cherries is how long they last after harvest if not removed from their paper husk and stored in a mesh bag at 10 centigrade.
Its normally available in India for less than two months of the year, but we're hoping to offer it for eight months of the year from our Ooty farms.
Bearss limes are commonly harvested and sold when still completely dark green. When allowed to ripen, however, they turn noticeably lighter and take on a little bit of a lovely yellow hue.