Eugenia stipitata

Fruit native to western Amazonia, it is grown mainly in Peru. In Brazil, this aromatic fruit with thin skin and sour, juicy pulp is more easily found in Acre, where it is used to prepare juices, smoothies, jams, fruit pastes, ice creams and mousse-like desserts. The scent and shape are reminiscent of guava. It is very high in vitamins A and C. The harvesting season runs from March to June.