Luther Burbank of Santa Rosa, California first introduced the Inca plum in 1919. The plum is heart-shaped, tapering toward the tip. The skin is a beautiful golden color and when ripe it has magenta specks and a magenta blush around the stem end. The flesh is rich, dense, and crisp. It has an explosive flavor with a balance of tartness and sweetness.
To read more, follow this link:
Please enter the word you see in the image below:
Find out about open positions and internships as Slow Food USA.
Find out more.
68 Summit Street, 2B
Brooklyn, NY 11231
Tel: 718 260-8000 or 877 SlowFoo(d)
Fax: 718 260-8068
© 2010 Slow Food USA - All Rights Reserved