Adventures in Colombian Fruit: Part 6

This is Pitaya

By far one of the most refreshing fruits I have ever had.

It has a sturdy, bumpy, yellow surface but not much of a smell.

When you cut it open it looks great. It is a fruit that taste better raw than turned to juice, though they do both here.

The consistency is that of a snow cone or italian ice with out the cold. Its soft clear center, dotted with crunchy black seeds, melts in your mouth.

It taste like a non-sour kiwi, but is as refreshing as lemonade.
It is sweet to the tongue and was quickly consumed.

Very yummy.

1 comment:

  1. Sounds interesting. How does Colombia have so many new fruits?!