A Celebration of Husked Fruits in Cocktails

In 2017, paleontologists unearthed the 52-million-year-old remains of an ancient relative of tomatillos and groundcherries from an archaeological site in central Argentina known as Laguna del Hunco. Embedded in the sandstone lakebed were the remains of two fruits from the Physalis genus that were so well preserved they still had their outer husks intact. They … Read more