The Australian finger lime or caviar lime is a thorny understory shrub or small tree from the rainforest In the coastal border region of Queensland and new south wales, Australia.
It is one of a few native lime varieties of Australia, and arguably, the most well known. When cut open, finger limes release tiny little citrus sacs, that look like caviar and are just bursting with flavour. The tiny pearls burst in your mouth, releasing a shot of tangy, zingy flavour.
Finger limes are best used as they are, fresh, as a topping, a garnish or a final flavour enhancer.
This particular variety comes from France, the specialist grower in Nice only produces a limited amount of fine citrus
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