Soursop (Annona muricata)

The soursop is a fruit tree from the American tropics that is popularly grown for its juicy, aromatic fruits.
The large 3 to 5 pound fruits are grown for its acid-sweet juice, which are processed into drinks and sherbets.
Varieties include Whitman Fiberless, a more productive cultivar with delicious melting pulp, and Dulce, a sweet variety with low acid content.