Lime caviar, also called finger limes (Citrus australasica) is a citrus, known since 1895 in Australia. The wild Lime Caviar grows in the humid subtropical forests, bordering the subtropical rainforests of Australia.
The low wood crop grows naturally to a height of three to five meters. The tree has few leaves and grows very slowly and does not bear fruit until many years. The fruit is not at its best on the outside, but if you cut through the Lime Caviar or if you break open the shell, the beautiful spherical cells jump out of the fruit.
If you bite these fresh balls, they burst open and you experience an overwhelming fruity-fresh lime flavor.
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