Finger Limes (Citrus australasica)

Finger lime is a rare Australian rainforest tree originally found along the eastern coast. Named for their size and shape of a finger but otherwise called ‘Citrus Caviar’. When broken open and squeezed; out pour little (green, white or pink) balls of citrus juice that resemble caviar.
Once crunched in the mouth, there is an explosion of citrus flavour that makes them ideal to decorate and accompany any seafood, Asian dishes, salads, dressings, and desserts. Fabulous in cocktails and drinks.

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