Tuesday, August 26, 2014
Fruit hybrids are nothing new as pluots and tangelos become increasingly visible in grocery store produce aisles. Recently I had the opportunity to sample a fruit that looked no different from your run-of-the-mill seedless grape, but with a unique flavour of cotton candy. The taste is more than reminiscent of the pink spun sugar - it's uncanny. The fruit, a product of The Grapery in California are the result of selective breeding of different grape varieties, increasing sugar content and heightening vanilla flavour to result in the familiar taste. Personally, while I found the taste remarkable, I don't think I could eat a whole bowl of them, but maybe this is a way to get picky eaters to munch on fruit. The company is already working on other varieties that taste like strawberry or pineapple.
Posted by Kamel at 9:12 AM