To have your product shipped between
Mon, Jan 27
Wed, Jan 29
The leaf of the Soursop tree is hand picked from the same trees we get our soursop from, then they are carefully dried without heat and put into single use tea bags. It is recommended to keep it in its original packaging and stored in a cool dry place.
***Disclaimer: We are currently working on improving our packaging to be more eco-friendly. All Soursop teas are coming in craft paper packages. The product is the same and has the same quantity of 25 individual tea bags as the one pictured.
The Soursop Leaf Tea's price includes shipping via USPS. If you have multiple things in your cart and you pay for 2-day shipping, that applies to the fruit purchased. Sometimes we are able to put the tea with your fruit however depending on the size, shape and density of the fruit this may not always be possible. Please expect your tea package to be sent separately.
********* WE SHIP OUT ORDERS ON MONDAY - WEDNESDAY FOR ORDERS PLACED THE WEEK BEFORE *********
Once the fruit has arrived, in the case that there are any damages to the fruit or the fruit is inedible, please notify us within 24 hours via email with a picture. Due to perishability of tropical fruit we are not able to refund after the 24 hour period.
We aim to provide the best quality fruit and service to our customers. Thank you for your support.
Tropical Fruit ripens best in warm temperatures. If you have received fruit that has not ripened and you wish to speed up the ripening process we recommend to either put your fruit in paper bags or wrapped in a kitchen towel and place in a dry warm area. Alternatively, you may also place your fruit outside in the sun (please be aware of bug) which will also speed up the ripening process.
The black sapote is at optimal ripeness when very soft to the touch and the green skin turns a bit dark brown. When cut open, there will be a rich dark chocolate pudding like color . The skin can be eaten if chosen to, you can use a spoon and scoop out the fruit.
The pink guava is shipped unripe and will arrive green and hard.
When ripe the skin will change in color to yellow and the fruit will become very fragrant. At this time it will also be soft enough to break open with your hands. The seeds are hard to chew but are still edible.
Star Apple is picked ripe, when you receive it it is ready to eat. Cut it open and scoop out the milky inside with a spoon when ready to eat, the purple/green skin is not consumed. If you do not plan to consume it immediately it is recommended that it is put in the refrigerator. The seeds are not edible.
Custard apple is shipped unripe and it is ready when soft similar to soursop and cherimoya. Do not refrigerate before it is ripe as this will affect the ripening process. It can be broken apart with your hands or a knife can be used to slice it open. The seeds are not edible.
Mango is picked slightly under ripe and will ripen during transit. To know when its ready to eat, it will be soft to the touch and typically changes color. Depending on the variety of mango some will change color more than others, additionally some people enjoy mango under ripe while others allow the fruit to ripen fully to enjoy the full sweetness. Mango skin is edible however only some people may enjoy it.
Juneplum is picked green and should arrive green and hard. Some people prefer this fruit under ripe eaten as a vegetable with salt. On the other hand it can be left on the counter to ripen over a few days. The skin will yellow and it will become sweeter and more tender.
Star Fruit is picked and shipped when it is green. During transit it may begin to ripen, it is ripe when the fruit turns yellow and softens. This fruit can be enjoyed at any ripeness level, when it is green it is like a tart apple and when its yellow it's much sweeter and juicy.
Tree tomato AKA tamarillo is shipped slightly under ripe. When you recieve your package it is usually ripe and ready. Some individuals may like it slightly more ripe in that case allow it to soften on a counter for a few days.
Sugar apple is shipped hard and under ripe. This fruit may only be consumed once it has become soft, many times it will actually open on it's own exposing its sugary flesh. Only the interior flesh surrounding the seeds is edible.
Sugar Cane is shipped ready to consume. The super sweet fibrous cane needs to have its skin peeled to chew and enjoy, similar to chewing gum the fiber is to be spit after all the juice is gone. The juice can alternatively be pressed out of the cane, which is commonly known as guarapo.
Jack fruit is shipped under ripe and will begin to ripen during transit. It may or may not arrive soft enough to eat raw. Depending on the consumer some may rather cook the fruit in a wide array of dishes, while others simply consume the fruit raw as nature intended. The choice is yours, however we do reccomend cutting this large fruit with some olive oil handy as it assist with removing the sticky sap.