From Lost Crops of Africa;
"....In the Central African Republic, for instance, people reportedly pay up to two days salary for a single junglesop. And special trips are organized to collect the fruits during the season...."
"...Just how mature the fruit was when picked can affect the sweetness, but genetics also plays a part, and locals know individual trees that are always sweet and others that are always sour.
As in most annonaceous fruits, the flavor is rich—but in this case it is sometimes so rich that a person cannot eat more than a few bites at a time. But apparently not everyone is so inhibited: People in northern Congo, for instance, say that five hungry men can completely fill their stomachs with a good-sized junglesop!"
Amigo - plant some seeds, wait 10-15 years and we can discuss the taste issue! By the way - I have invited Eric to join this forum, let us see if he can help us on issue...