Tried this one at the Victoria Tea Festival too. The packages of this were flying off the shelf. There were two left, and once the exhibitor announced that, people snatched them up. Must be some psychological trick. Granted, it does smell great dry. Very tart. While I could smell the pineapple, the cherimoya was most likely the amped up note. I never smelled cherimoya before, but it’s supposed to be like a mixture of tropical fruit.
But all of that exciting pineapple, cherry, pear, papaya, etc nuances vanish when you take a sip. Bolder than expected, and barely any fruit flavour. Oh well.