Caviar Limes

Caviar Limes

Regular price $25.99 Sale

All orders placed by 10PM PST Sunday are shipped same week. Orders placed later are shipped the following week. Please note that all orders are shipped with USPS 2-3 Day Priority mail and are scheduled to arrive at their destination Thursday-Saturday.

For local pick-up, Isla Vista Food Cooperative carries our caviar limes and other Good Land Organics treats! We love this little grocery store and think you will too!

Caviar limes, a native fruit of Australia, have a slightly sour, slightly sweet flavor that makes for an extremely versatile citrus. Often referred to as vegan caviar or finger limes, each lime is filled with citrus pearls similar in appearance and texture to fish roe. There's nothing fishy about the flavor.  These pearls have a unique lime taste distinct in its sweetness that adds a pop of fun and surprise that never ceases to delight.

We love caviar limes in anything that calls for lime, but particular stand-outs are as a garnish for seafood, to add a crunch and texture to guacamole, in light beer, cocktails, bubbly drinks, dressings and jams, salads, and squeezed a top dragon fruit or passion fruit. Bakers and pastry chefs love our limes for fruit pies, tarts, and macaroons. 

To separate and release pearls, cut in half the short-way and squeeze. For a beautiful display or garnish, cut limes length-wise.

How to store: remove from packaging, place in moisture-retaining container or bag (not airtight) and keep at room temperature for up to three weeks or in the fridge for up to five weeks.


Looking for more ways to enjoy that beautiful and delicious citrus? Here are links to some of our favorite caviar lime recipes...

Mini Pavlovas with Lime Curd

Boutique Citrus Collection


Rich in folate, Vitamin E, Vitamin C and potassium. 

About Apeel

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