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The Festival Nacional de la Quenepa (English: National Genip Fruit Festival) is a cultural celebration that takes place every year in Ponce, Puerto Rico. The festival centers on the genip fruit, the city's official fruit. The celebration lasts three days and takes place over a weekend (Friday through Sunday).


This fruit, known as quenepa in Puerto Rico, grows particularly abundantly in the municipality of Ponce, and there is a yearly celebration in that municipality known as Festival Nacional de la Quenepa (National Genip Fruit Festival). The fruit ripens during the warm summer months. Description


My aunt sent me some mangoes and quenepas from Puerto Rico. Yum!


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Quenepas are everywhere in Puerto Rico, but at home in NJ they were rare. So I tucked a bag of them among sandy shorts and t-shirts just before flying back. They didn't scan things quite as carefully then, and the seeded branch made it through two airports undisturbed.


Quenepas are another tropical fruit of Puerto Rico. While you’ve probably tried coconut, quenepas are harder to find outside the Caribbean. They are small, round green fruits with a rigid skin that cracks almost like an egg, revealing the juicy pale tangerine colored flesh that contains a large, wood-like pit.


AUGUST! The best quenepas are harvested in August. The July harvest is for export and tourism. The August harvest is for the local summer festivals.


Este árbol de crecimiento lento abunda sin pausa en el área sur de Puerto Rico así como en Vieques. En la Isla Nena, la quenepa se convirtió en la fruta protagonista del Bilí, una bebida con alcohol creada por don Wisón Pérez, quien en vida la llegó a patentizar y registrar su receta de Bilí.