Otaheiti Apple refers to a fruit said to be introduced from the Pacific by Captain Bligh. Otaheiti Apple is ear-shaped and ranges from pink to ruby red in color. This fruit is usually eaten fresh, though it can be packed in red wine or turned into a refreshing cold drink.

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