Best season to travel to Georgia

Feijoa Season

One of the tropical fruits that grow in Georgia


Last updated:
reason default image
See all

A tasty juicy and smooth in texture, the fruit is most often eaten without​ skin. But some people like to bite it and suck the juice, first of all. It has little notes of pineapple and guava and a long lasting tropical aroma that will follow and prolong your sense of sunny summer, even in the end of November!

In case you missed a short period of feijoa harvest, try one of Georgian lemonades with taste of feijoa. It is, of course, not as yummy as the fruit, but you’ll love it as well.