Guava’s flavor is unique, sweet, and almost universally pleasant. Many people think it tastes like a hybrid between a strawberry and a pear. The sweetness of the fruit depends on which type you’re eating.
The fruit—which has edible seeds and is rounded in shape—grows on the Psidium guajava tree, a member of the myrtle family.
When ripe, a guava smells strong, sweet, and musky.
Country of Origin may vary