The evergreen trees with imposing, snow-white blossoms on which this flavorful fruit grows can reach a height of up to 12 meters. The flesh of the rose apple is crisp with a sweet and sour taste.They taste much more like a balanced mixture of watermelon and pears. Fantastic! And they’re loaded with antioxidants.
Rose apples are rich in vitamin C, dietary fiber, vitamin A, calcium, thiamin, niacin, iron, sulfur, and potassium. In terms of organic compounds, rose apples contain jambosine, betulinic acid, and friedelolactone.
Water apple (Rose apple ) which has significant water content has a taste similar to snow pear. The fruit has an aesthetically lingering aftertaste. When you take a bite off a water apple you realize the goodness of what it means to have a water-based fruit with a hint of sweetness.