Araza (Eugenia stipitata). It's an extremely rare New World fruit that is not widely known even in Amazonia Brazil where it is native. The small multi-stemmed trees produce numerous round fruit that look like tennis balls hanging from it’s outstretched weeping branches. The fruit is quite sour but versatile due to it’s pleasant flavor, texture, color, and smell. They are commonly used to make tropical drinks & cocktails, popsicles, and ice cream. They take just 2-3 years to fruit.