Next up was the oblong green thing, which, uncut, had the approximate feel of a water balloon, clearly full of some sort of liquidy substance:
Next was the yellow fruit on the far right of our fruit lineup:
We saved the one we knew would likely be the worst for last. We had read that the lulo fruit, which is often used as an ingredient in fruit juices, but diluted with other fruits, is virtually inedible on a standalone basis due to how sour it is. We decided we needed to find out:
Thus ended our Colombian fruit experiment. One additional fruit worth mentioning is the guanabana. We did not buy one of these because they are very lage - typically a bit larger than a football. They are used primarily to make a widely consumed juice in Colombia. There are lots of street vendors throughout Bogota serving guanabana juice made on the spot. To make the drink, the juice of the guanabana is typically mixed with milk and served ice cold. We sampled this a couple of times and it is sensational. This is something we are definitely going to try to locate when we get back home.