Passiflora edulis

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Synonyms for Passiflora edulis

Brazilian passionflower cultivated for its deep purple fruit

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After using such criteria, the attributes regarded as more relevant when describing the beverages were the yellow color (positive correlation with D1), brightness (negative correlation with D1), consistence (appearance) (positive correlation with D1), passion-fruit aroma (negative correlation with D2), sweet aroma (positive correlation with D2), passion-fruit flavor (negative correlation with D1), sweet flavor (positive correlation with D1), and for in-mouth viscosity, there was no consensus despite of the significant correlation, for instance, it presented positive and negative correlations in dimensions 1 and 2.
Figure 5; Table 4) in contrast to the sample B, which presented strong yellow color, brightness, passion-fruit aroma and flavor (Figure 5; Table 4).
Divide passion-fruit cream among 8 parfait glasses, drizzling each with a bit of the remaining pulp.
For the passion-fruit and orange sauce, cut the passion-fruit in half and scrape out the seedy pulp into a sieve set over a small saucepan.
Arrange the holly leaves and cranberries around the base and serve cut into slices, with the passion-fruit and orange sauce.
NOTE: Many liquor stores carry passion-fruit syrup.