Next available stock expected after 17 August 2020 from Northern Territory.
Bell Apples. Rose Apples. Wax Apples. Java Apples. Water Apples or Water Guava. Jambu Air. Tambis. Macopa. Syzygium samarangense. Syzygium aqueum.
This listing displays at least four varieties of this crunchy bell-shaped fruit grown in the Northern Territory. A cousin of the lilly pilly, these water apples are crunchy like a pear with the texture of a firm watermelon. Some are sweet, some are plain.
The latter variety are great for a salad known as rojak in Malaysia, or rujak in Indonesia. Or simply for dipping in chilli salt, or preserved plum powder.
The varieties sourced for ordering are available as two options:
- Mix Variety - purchased from the markets in a bulk box, these water apples have at least 3-4 varieties, colour and size. You will receive any variation of colour and flavour - plain, sweet, or slightly sour. These can be perfect for a salad, or just munching on as a snack. When you order 1kg of the Mix Variety, you will get any of the flavours and colours in a lucky dip.
- Sweet Variety Water Apples - these sweet water apples are great to be eaten as-is. Can come in different colours based on growers’ variety.