As with many other fruit notes, kiwi’s enjoying a moment in the sun thanks to the current fashion for fruity-floral scents.  In summer scents, in particular, kiwi adds a refreshing sweetness.  Kiwi fruit themselves grow on woody vines which produce incredibly dull-looking fruit (greenish-brown, fuzzy) – but slice them open and the luscious green flesh (with its corona of black, edible seeds) is revealed.  This quirky fruit was originally grown in China, Japan, India and south-eastern Siberia, but has since been commercialised around the world – from New Zealand to France, via Chile and Greece.

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