Passion fruit is one of the many species of fruit belonging to the Passiflores family. It is actually a variety of passion fruit. The fruit has a soft and viscous pulp rich in edible seeds. When it gets ripe, it turns from green to an intense yellow and the skin is then wrinkled. The taste is sweet and juicy, often used to make fruit drinks.
Native to South America, it is thought that it comes from the Amazonian regions. Today, culture is widespread in several countries such as Brazil, Colombia and Venezuela. There are two main varieties of passion fruit whose fruits differ in size and skin color, respectively red or yellow.