• Diego Bell

    Nipero, Fruta de Cuba. NISPERO fruit is brown an almost round, this specifically in the picture it is not Nispero. This specifically is called " Maranon" that could be red or yellow and its juice numbs the mouth and the big seed you can see is out of the fruit and if you toste it, is delicious. Oh what a memories !

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