Mango Pawpaw Description
Mango Pawpaws resemble the look of mangos, with light yellow flesh and a thick skin. The texture is very soft and creamy and the flavor is vanilla like with a tropical twist.
Pawpaws (Asimina Triloba) are related to custard apples and cherimoya, in the sugar apple family, and yet they grow in the temperate zone, having moved north as Ice Age glaciers receded. Flavours of mango, melon, banana, raspberry and pineapple come from this creamy fruit. Like many fruits, if you don’t know what you’re doing and you let them get bruised, or you pick them under-ripe they won't taste very good!