Otaheite apple; Pear shaped fruit with red skin and white flesh. Typically, they contain a single large seed. However, they may occasionally be seedless. The fruit is sweet and is usually eaten raw or used to make drinks.
This looks like what we call cashew in Guyana..
OMG!!! One of the best fruit you'll ever taste!! Yummy!! If you haven't had a Otaheite Apple (Jamaican Apple) before, put it on your bucket list to eat one.
This fruit is called a Plumrose, in St. Vincent. Yes, it is very tasty
u no want fi stop eat it when taste it
Referred to as cashew in Guyana, there are several different kinds and are all delicious!
We call it mali apple in belize... salt and marie sharps with this is amazing!!!!
Called pomerac in Trinidad!! Smells so good too!!
Love to make chow with it .......yummy!
Very juicy and delicious can be use to make a drink too with plenty ginger it quenches thirst
Just discovered a tree of this in my friends garden in Dominica - we juiced it very nice off to pick some more and going to add ginger to the mix:)
AMEN Better than any fruit you ever had !!
I haven't tasted this fruit since 1964 when I lift Jamaica as a young boy. I have been back on numerous occasions but they are always out of season but this time I am going to make a special journey so that I can enjoy an Otaheite apple. Re-kindle our acquaintance, can't wait.
I am doing a project with this apple - to create an original product... I'm using it to make a jam.
Known as cashew in Grenada
I'm new to T&T and I just bought some of this. I was hoping they're sweeter. Is this Pomerac or cashew? I thought they're 2 different fruit with the cashew being more yellow?
Pomerac is the fruit and the seed outside the pomerac resembles a cashew ..
No this fruit is diffeerent to the fruit if the cashew tree.
I have a tree on my land.... It's called "pumarosa" "pumerose".... Delicious & Juicy
Err these are Red Cashews
No Jam you thinking of another fruit. This in Antigua is apple
Custard Apple in Antigua. Cashew is different.
Simon I think the Custard Apple has a bumpy skin. We have them in Jamaica too.
Can you get the big seed/pit to root......like an avacoda pit?