Black passion fruit, also known as Passiflora edulis, is a type of passion fruit that is typically smaller than its yellow counterpart. It has a thick, hard outer shell that is dark purple or black when ripe, and a juicy, flavorful pulp inside that is typically orange or yellow in color.
Passion fruit is a tropical fruit belonging to the family of Passifloraceae. Originating in South America, At present this fruit is grown worldwide and is used as an edible fruit for the food industry. Passion fruit is widely considered one of the most delicious fruits in the world and has a tart, aromatic flavor. They are commonly eaten fresh by simply halving the fruit and scooping out the pulp. It is also a popular additive for drinks and each nation has its own unique variation.
- Black passion fruit is smaller than yellow passion fruit, typically measuring 4-6 cm in diameter.
- The outer shell of black passion fruit is hard and thick, with a dark purple or black color when ripe. The inner pulp is juicy and typically orange or yellow in color, with small black seeds.
- Black passion fruit has a unique flavor that is both tart and sweet, with a tropical taste that is often compared to pineapple, guava, or mango.
- Rich in nutrients
- Antioxidant properties
- Immune system support
- Digestive health
- Improves Skin health
- Anti-inflammatory effects
- Weight management