The Origins Of The Lulo
Lulo is a citrus like fruit, grown on the tropical perennial plant. It’s derived from the northwest region of South America and has several names by which it is known. In Panama and Ecuador this delicious tangy little fruit is called Naranjilla, within these regions it’s mainly used to make fruit juice.
How does it appear?
Its appearance is comparable to a small orange and the taste resembles a citrus mix of the Tropics finest kiwis & pineapples, just one slice will reveal its green tangy tasting interior.
How to consume the Lulo?
So, what is the best way to consume the orange looking fruit that is not an orange? The Lulo is rarely consumed straight from its skin, this exotic fruit is more prevalently used to make fruit juices. BRaw's fun & funky consumption alternatives are ice cream, jam & dessert sauces.
We hope you enjoy exploring more ways to consume Lulo and if you've stumble across a way to consume that we haven't mentioned, feel free to leave a comment below!