Guava: is a sweet, pink tropical fruit that is not only rich in tropical taste, but also in vitamins A and C (one variety has four times as much vitamin C as an orange!), potassium and magnesium. Some varieties have extremely high levels of antioxidants. The guava plant itself is a member of the myrtle family and it is grown in tropical and subtropical regions.
Langsat: These Southeast Asian fruits are berry-sized but require peeling before they can be eaten. Peel away the thick, yellowish-brown exterior to find the sweet, clear fruit. Langsats are often said to taste like a combination between a grape and a grapefruit, while the texture is more like that of a grape.