It's called "lime caviar" by its fans; its tiny capsules burst with a crunchy zing.
The familiar grocery-store variety is also known as a Tahiti lime.
Many citrus connoisseurs feel this golf-ball-size lime gives the best juice.
This orange fruit is actually an acid mandarin from India with a lime flavor.
The intensely fragrant leaves and bumpy fruit are used in Southeast Asian cuisine.
Use this small, tart fruit rind and all, as you would its cousin the kumquat.
Milder in flavor than its cousin the Persian lime, this large hybrid produces a lot of fruit over a long period.
See our Lime Recipes