Cherimoya scientific name Annona cherimola is the fruit of the cherimoya plant.
The fruit is thought to be native to the Andes. But, now cherimoya is cultivated in many regions like Central America, South Asia, South America, Portugal, Southern California, southern Andalucia, and South of Italy.
Some characterise the flavour as a blend of banana, pineapple, papaya, peach, and strawberry.
When ripe, the skin is green and is softer to finger pressure.
Cherimoya, also known as sugar apple, is a tropical fruit belonging to the Annonaceae family.
Cherimoya is a small-sized fruit with mosaic patterns on the skin surface.