Did you ever hear Sugar Apple fruit?
A sugar apple has a creamy yellow or white flesh and a knobby exterior. The fruit tastes minty or like custard. Most sugar apples have green skin but dark red ones are becoming more common as well.
Fruit of sugar apple trees is as about 2 ½ to 4 inches (6-10 cm.) long. Most sugar apples have green skins, but the dark red variety has attaining some popularity. Fruit ripens 3-4 months after flowering in the spring.
Sugar Apple Information
Nobody knows exactly where sugar apples from, but they are commonly cultivated in tropical South America, southern Mexico, the West Indies, Bahamas and Bermuda. You can be found growing wild in Jamaica, Puerto Rico, Barbados and in the drier regions of North Queensland, Australia.