If you’ve ever seen a soursop fruit, you know they are some of the most peculiar looking fruits, and that’s one of the things that makes them so special. Sourop, or guanabana (Spanish) is a tree that produces spiny oblong fruits with a white, fleshy inside. The white fleshy part that is found inside the fruit is the edible part, and is often used to make yogurts and smoothies but can also be eaten raw. The taste can be compared to that of a combination of pineapple and banana as well as bubblegum for some people. The evergreen can reach to about 30 feet and needs plenty of space, sunlight, and warmth.