Soursop nectar

Guanábana, Guanavana, Guyabano, Graviola, Sinh tố mãng cầu, Prickly custard apple

Soursop (or guanábana, as it’s known in Latin America) is the prickly, fragrant fruit of a flowering evergreen tree native to the Caribbean.

The fruit has a fibrous pulp that can be used to make a delicious nectar that tastes like a cross between banana and strawberry, with a mysteriously funky finish on the back of the palate.

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Cocktails that use Soursop nectar

Aqua Pearl
Soursop nectar, Gin, Blue curaçao...
Dangriga Fizz
Gin, Soursop nectar, Cardamom syrup...
Kingston Soundsystem
Aged rum, Overproof light rum, Gentian liqueur...
Light rum, Soursop nectar, Lemon...
Absinthe, Salt, Mezcal...