Limetten-Kaviar is a German culinary term for Finger Lime or Australian Finger Lime (Citrus australasica). It is used for its acidic taste as a new substitute for lemon or lime juices used as souring agents for some recipes. The fruit are now increasingly sought by Gourmet restauranteurs in Germany and is now being featured and introduced to the public in some television shows.

Australian Finger Lime (Citrus australasica 'Rainforest Pearl') is formerly known as Microcitrus Australasica.

Limetten-Kaviar is also called Lime Caviar or Limepearls.

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