the naseberry/nesseberry is the sapodilla, Latin name Manilkhara zapota, var.
Royen. The name naseberry is used in Jamaica, while both names are used in
the British West Indies. The name sapodilla is commonly used in Florida
(the tree grows there, and does well).
The sapodilla tree is also the source of chicle, which was used for chewing
I have eaten sapodilla often, when I lived in Florida. It is very nice -
sweet, with a smooth texture
Reference: "Fruits of Warm Climates" by Julia F. Morton, pgs. 393-398.
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