About the product:
Guava has a pronounced and typical fragrance, similar to lemon rind but less sharp. The outer skin may be rough, often with a bitter taste, or soft and sweet. The pulp inside may be sweet or sour and off-white to deep pink. The seeds in the central pulp vary in number and hardness, depending on species. Guava is normally eaten raw the entire fruit is a key ingredient in punch, and the juice is often used in culinary sauces (hot or cold), ales, candies, dried snacks, fruit bars, and desserts.
Guava ripens at room temperature. Ripe guava could be covered and refrigerated will stay fresh for a day or two.
Country of origin: India