Discover the Exotic Soursop
The soursop may look frighteningly spiky on the outside, but on the inside is an incredibly delicious and creamy pulp. Growing up to 10 lbs in size, it’s cultivated in Central and South America, Asia, and Africa. Soursop, also known as guanabana, puree tastes like a naturally sweet blend of lychee, pineapple, apple, and a slight hint of banana. Its fragrance is strong, slightly pungent, and works especially well in milky stouts.
Soursop Aseptic Puree Specifications
- Scientific Name: Annona muricata
- Otherwise Known As: Guanabana, Graviola, Guyabano
- Flavor Profile: Lychee, pineapple, apple, and a slight hint of banana
- Pulp Color: Creamy white
- Shelf Life: Unopened, our fruit purees last up to 18 months past the date of manufacture. They should be stored away from direct sunlight at temperatures 77° F. Once you’ve opened your puree, you can refrigerate for up to 10 days or freeze for the remainder of its shelf life.
Ingredients: Soursop Puree, Ascorbic Acid (Vitamin C)
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- Baking Pastries
- Ice Cream
- Frozen Desserts
Experience Fresh, Bold Fruits
At Fierce Fruit, we’ve made fruit our passion with aseptic, real fruit purees. Order our soursop for sale with confidence, knowing we only use fresh, non-GMO fruit and use pasteurization and high-barrier aseptic packaging to maintain the natural flavor and purity throughout its 18-month shelf life. Free from common allergens and gluten, these purees are perfect for craft breweries and homebrewing alike. You can also use soursop puree for cooking, baking, and so much more!
Explore our wide range of fruits to find the perfect puree for your next beer, cider, or other fruited beverage.
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