Similar to the common Jaboticaba, having grape-sized, dark purple ripening fruits with a white pulp that has a nice, sweetly acidic flavor.
A very rare tree, unknown outside of its native range. It can reach 10-15ft.
The fruits are eaten raw and used to make jams and jellies. The tree is sometimes cultivated in its native range.
Native to Brazil, but the exact range is unknown. Today, the tree is only known in collections.