It would make a ton of guacamole.
Apart from that, however, we’re not quite sure what a person could do with one of Tesco’s Avozillas… unless you’re planning a huge brunch.
The humongous avocados, which are back in select Tesco stores nationwide from today, are five times the size of a standard avocado.
Priced at a reasonable €4, while stocks last, Tesco say they’re “the perfect solution for bigger families or those looking to get more from their ripe and ready avocado.”
“Whether it’s guacamole, salad, wraps, sandwiches, smoothies or crushed on bread with eggs, avocado is versatile and can even be used as part of a nourishing homemade face mask!”
The famous Avozillas are exclusively sourced for Tesco Ireland in the lush natural forest around Modjadjiskloof, Limpopo in South Africa, home to the wild mother-tree. In case you’re wondering, they’re not genetically modified and have not been treated with any growth-enhancing chemicals.
Weighing in at between 850g-1.9kg, Avozillas are a cross between two types of avocado, West Indian and Guatemalan, which adds to the buttery, nutty and slightly sweet taste.
“We’re delighted to confirm that the Avozillas are back by popular demand in select Tesco stores,” said John Brennan, Category Director for Fresh Food, Tesco Ireland.
“The Avozillas are available in stores from today and there’s a limited number so we’d suggest customers pick them up if they see them this weekend.”