Elevate Your Tu B'Shvat Event - Sold out

How It Works

Wow your Tu B'Shvat crowd with this most amazing flavor-morphing berry

1. Sign Up!

Receive a fresh batch of Miracle Fruit berries on Friday, January 18th

2. Serve the miracle fruit

Serve the Miracle Fruit. Miracle fruit is a berry that contains miraculin, a molecule that binds to the tongue's taste buds causing sour foods to taste very sweet. 

3. Flavor-Morph

After eating the miracle fruit, lemons and limes will taste like candy, and a strawberry, it will taste like it’s coated in sugar


This fruit was such a hit in all different ages and program and made tu bshvat learning fun and tangible.

- Sarah Kaltmann

Our teens absolutely loved it!

- Chaya Shemtov

We all had a great time with it, we were blown away by the berry’s affect

- Devorah Leah

Tu B'shvat Orders

We will be picking & shipping the fruit on Thursday for friday delivery, just in time for it to elevate your Tu B'shvat, also called Rosh Hashanah La'Illanot, the New Year of the Trees, which occurs this year at sunset on January 20th and ends at nightfall on January 21st.


Where is the Miracle Fruit from?

Miracle Fruit is a berry  native to Ghana, Africa.  It is now also grown in Florida.

How does the Miracle Fruit work?

The berry itself has a low sugar content and a mildly sweet tang. It contains a glycoprotein molecule called miraculin. After the fleshy part of the fruit is eaten, this molecule binds to the tongue's taste buds causing sour foods to taste very sweet.