It's an exotic fruit that is deliciously tangy, which gained its recognition worldwide.? It grows on exceptionally tall trees that produce pod-like fruits filled with seed surrounded by a fibrous sweet, tangy pulp. It's used in cousins all around the world for its unique taste.
Its name comes from Persian "Tamar L Hind" which means "date of India", and it grows on exceptionally tall trees.
We recommend refrigeration as it is the best way to preserve the freshness for up to several months.