Rum berry (lat. Myrciaria floribunda, Rumberry, Guavaberry) – often found in nature in Central and South America, the Caribbean islands, is also grown in the USA (Florida and Hawaii) and the Philippines.
Berries from yellow-orange to dark red and almost black in color, very small, half the size of a cherry (from 8 to 16 millimeters). The pulp is fragrant, sweet or sweet and sour, translucent, but it is quite a bit, since a round stone takes up a lot of space inside.
Berries can be eaten just like that, but more often they go to make jams, drinks, usually alcoholic, for example, Guavaberry liqueur, made on the basis of rum and is a popular drink for Christmas among the inhabitants of the Caribbean islands.
It contains a lot of iron, vitamin C, amino acids, pectin substances, organic acids, flavonoids.