Unlike the readily available mangoes imported from Mexico, which sometimes possess a fibrous, stringy texture, Alphonsos are downright creamy and have a more intense flavor.
The aroma of these lemons is downright herbal, or even spicy, which pleasantly contrasts with the taste. Unlike everyday lemons that have an acidic bite, Meyers are sweet and smooth.
Bosc pears are known as much for their instantly recognizable teardrop shape and sandy brown color as they are for their pleasing buttery texture, which seems to melt upon the tongue.
Indian kiwi farmers produce a fruit that is acidic, crisp and juicy – and nutritionally quite dense. The fruit’s unusual quality means it can even be fermented into wine.
Key limes are noticeably more acidic (and seedier inside) than everyday limes. They're also exponentially more aromatic than other varieties.