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Soursop nectar

Soursop nectar cocktails

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.

Also Known As

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