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Learn more about the origins, flavors, and benefits of our exotic fruits and toppings.



| ah-sah-ee |

noun (pl. same)

a small, dark purple berry harvested from the açaí palm tree, bursting with nutritional goodness, a superfood renowned for its exceptional antioxidant properties and abundance of essential nutrients, potential health benefits, including supporting heart health, boosting energy levels, and promoting glowing skin.


| koo-poo-ah-soo |

noun (pl. same)

hailing from the Amazon Rainforests of Brazil, cupuaçu is a tropical fruit renowned for its luscious flavor and creamy texture. Resembling a large brown coconut, cupuaçu features a tough outer rind that encases soft, aromatic pulp filled with large seeds. With a taste often likened to a blend of chocolate and pineapple, cupuaçu delights the palate with its rich, exotic sweetness, and prized for its potential health benefits, believed to possess antioxidant properties and offer nourishment for both body and soul.



| ah-seh-roh-lah |

noun (pl. same)

also known as the Barbados cherry or West Indian cherry, acerola is a vibrant red fruit native to the West Indies, Central America, and northern South America. This petite fruit packs a powerful punch of vitamin C, boasting one of the highest concentrations among all fruits. With its tangy-sweet flavor and potent antioxidant properties, acerola is celebrated for its powerful immune-boosting benefits.


| mah-rah-koo-jah |

noun (pl. same)

commonly known as passion fruit, this is a tropical fruit native to South America, particularly Brazil. It is characterized by its round or oval shape and vibrant purple or yellow rind, depending on the variety. Inside, the fruit's flesh is filled with edible seeds surrounded by a juicy, aromatic pulp bursting with sweet-tart flavor. Maracujá is prized for its rich vitamin C content and is believed to offer various health benefits, including promoting digestion and boosting immunity. 



| grah-vee-oh-lah |

noun (pl. same)

also known as soursop, is a tropical fruit native to the Caribbean, Central America, and parts of South America. This spiky green fruit is revered for its unique flavor profile, which balances sweet and tangy notes with hints of citrus and pineapple.


| pah-soh-kah |

noun (pl. same)

also known as peanut butter crumble, this is a traditional Brazilian treat made from ground peanuts, sugar, and salt, often formed into a crumbly, powdery consistency. Originating from indigenous Tupi-Guarani cuisine, paçoca is beloved for its rich, nutty flavor and satisfying texture.

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