The flavor of the nanche fruit is described as sweet, similar to a combination of honey and apricot. Some also describe it as having notes of vanilla and almond.
The time it takes for a nanche tree to produce fruit can vary depending on several factors such as the growing conditions, tree age, and species. However, on average, a nanche tree can start producing fruit anywhere from 3-5 years after planting.
Nanche trees grow best in warm, tropical climates with abundant sunlight and well-drained soil. They are relatively low-maintenance and drought-tolerant, but do prefer a consistently moist soil and regular watering. Additionally, nanche trees benefit from being protected from strong winds, as well as pruning to maintain their shape and encourage fruiting.