egg-shaped tropical fruit of certain passionflower vines; used for sherbets and confectionery and drinks
A large (to 7.5 cm dia) globular fruit "Passiflora edulis" with a hard wrinkled purple to black skin containing a deliciously flavored mucilaginous yellow pulp full of small edible seeds. The pulp is scooped out for eating or use in desserts or it may be sieved to use as a flavoring.
Liliko'i Gentle enough for all skin types yet invigorating enough to cleanse and refresh your skin. Calming and soothing, the passion fruit also revitalizes your circulation and softens your skin.
Round, lime size fruit has bright orange, highly perfumed, bracingly tart flesh. Also called granadilla, parcha and maracuya
Passion Fruit, Maracudja, Granadilla (Passiflora Edulis): Oval-shaped fruit that has a tough shell and a color range from yellow-purple to eggplant to deep chocolate. The golden-yellow pulp is sweet and tropically exotic, and must be strained to remove the seeds. Used primarily in juices, desserts, drinks and sauces.
A tropical fruit native to Brazil, but now grown in the U.S, New Zealand, and Australia. The flavor is sweet, yet tart, and has a perfumy tropical fragrance. Used as a table fruit, as well as for sherbets, candies, and beverages.
Purplish-brown on the outside, filled with (edible) pits and orange flesh inside. Unadulterated, it is tart and hard to take.