Kaffir Lemon (Citron fruit) is one of the citrus fruit native to tropical Asia. Famous as a refreshing drink bearing its name, lemon slices or wedges are often added to cold and hot tea for an extra punch of vitamin C. The juice and rinds of the peel are used in traditional medicine.
This tree has thorns all over the stem and it’s hard to climb.
Its fruit and leaves are used in Southeast Asian cuisine and its essential oil is used in perfumery.
It is mostly grown in alluvial or red soil and a tree can produce 200 to 300 fruits at a time based on the age of tree.
kaffir lemon fruit will be of big size and 7 to 10 pieces comprises a kg of fruit.
The unripen fruits will be of green in color looking in bubble circled shape from outside.