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The palate is brighter—think raspberry, pomegranate, and cranberry—followed by a touch of mint and guava.
For its spring seasonal — and there’s still plenty left to be found in stores going into summer — Oak Highlands takes All Good and brews it with guava to make Guava Good.
Created by the piquant geniuses at the Tabasco Flavor Lab, Scorpion Sauce is a powerful blend of scorpion peppers combined with hints of guava, pineapple, and the original Tabasco sauce.
The Scorpion Sauce, a limited edition condiment with a name just as fiery as its ingredients, combines scorpion peppers with guava, pineapple, and a dash of original Tabasco.
Other fruit or juices popular in tiki cocktails include guava, lychee, mango, papaya, tangerine, tamarind and peach.
There are pineapple, watermelon, guava, peach, cucumber and all sorts of fruits at your neighborhood fruit stand.
Paul McGee of Lost Lake (a Logan Square Tiki bar) offered a cocktail of French apple brandy, banana and guava in a nod to the artist's time on Martinique.
Our pineapple guava shrub is 4 years old and looks attractive but has not produced fruit.
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This is any of many trees and shrubs of a genus that is native to the New World tropics. The two important species are common guava and cattley, or strawberry, guava. The sweet pulp of the common guava fruit has a musky, sometimes pungent odor. The pulp of the strawberry guava fruit has a strawberry-like flavor. Guavas are processed into jams, jellies, and preserves. Fresh guavas are rich in vitamins A, B, and C. They are eaten raw, sliced, and are often served in desserts.
Origin and Etymology of guava
First Known Use: 1604See Words from the same year
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Definition of guava for English Language Learners
: the sweet yellow fruit of a tropical American tree
: a tree that produces guavas
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