Tropical Fruits Review From Miami Fruits

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Listen, we love you all but we recorded Episode #29 for us. We have wanted to try some new fruits for a long time and we finally made it happen. Thanks to Miami Fruit, we received a big box of beautiful, delicious tropical fruits directly to David's door in Georgia. Because we are both vaccinated, David brought the fruit to Meg's house and we recorded ourselves taste tested each option. You have to check out our YouTube channel and our Instagram account to see all the videos.

Miami Fruit is a South Florida based company that harvests the best tropical fruit possible from local farms including their own. They sell variety boxes of exotic, tropical fruits and specialty boxes that focus on one fruit. Learn more about this amazing company on their website.

What Fruits Did We Receive

In our large box, we received 10 pounds of tropical fruits including:

  • 2 Kinds of Dragon Fruit - Yellow and Red
  • Star Apple
  • Tamarillo
  • Kumquat
  • Cocoa Pod
  • Caviar Lime
  • Key Limes
  • Blood Orange
  • 2 Kind Of Bananas - Apple and Musa
  • Sapodilla
  • Avocado

Our Scoring System

We scored each fruit 1 to 10 with no specific criteria. If we liked the taste and texture, we gave it a higher score. If it was just blah, we scored the tropical fruits a little lower. And we were, of course, brutally honest so you'll definitely know if we recommend the fruit or not. Let us know which fruit you think you'd like the most from our Miami Fruit box.

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