Jamaican Avocados are genetically diverse and are represented by a wide range of varieties differing in size, shape, color, and flavor. The fruits can be round, oval, elongated, to pear-shape and generally have a bulbous base that slightly tapers into a neck with curved ends. The skin also varies from green to dark purple, almost black, and can be thick to thin, textured, and leathery to glossy. Underneath the surface, the flesh is dense, dry, creamy, aqueous, to fibrous, ranging in color from pale green to yellow-green. Ugandan avocados will exhibit varying flavor profiles, depending on the variety, and are commonly nutty and subtly sweet.