Passiflora cincinnata is a species of Passiflora from Brazil. The edible fruit is egg-shaped, and can grow to 85 cm long. It is greatly appreciated within the plant’s native range, where it is gathered from the wild for local consumption. It is picked wild by local families who eat it fresh or drink its juice. When ripe, it has green skin and white flesh which conceal dozens of tiny seeds. It is extremely fragrant and has an intense, acidulous flavor.