Garcinia humilis, known commonly as achachairú or achacha, is a small, prolifically-fruiting tree related to the mangosteen. It is grown traditionally in Bolivia, but recently has been planted on a commercial scale in Burdekin, Australia. The fruit took third place in the 2012 Fruit Logistica Innovation Awards held in Berlin.
The name Achachairú literally translated means “honey kiss” and the fruit´s flavour has been heralded as ´refreshing, tangy and effervescent´. The flavour is both tart and sweet.