The Avo Club Avocados
The Avo Club Avocados
The Avo Club Avocados


Tips for Storing & Eating Avocados

Did you know that avocados do not ripen until they are picked? And because we send them to you unripe and still firm, they will take a week or two to ripen.

We recommend placing your avocados in a fruit bowl at room temperature (above 15ºC) and leaving them to ripen naturally. But to help spread them out across the month you can place some in the fridge to slow down the ripening process. For the best results, let them ripen in the fruit bowl first and then place them in the fridge until you’re ready to eat. Avocados will keep in the fridge for 1-2 weeks.

If you would like to speed up the ripening process, place some in a warmer spot or in a brown paper bag with a banana.

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The Sirprize avocado do not oxidise when cut which means the flesh does not go brown (bonus). They also have a low seed to flesh ratio and the seed is surprisingly small. The grove family have found that there is an increased yield of edible flesh by 10% in these beauties.



The Bacon avocado is a medium-sized, oval shaped fruit harvested mid-winter. It is the first of our varieties to be ready for harvest each year. It has a much thinner skin than other varieties, making it especially easy to peel. Bacon’s oil content is also lower than other varieties so it has a lighter flavour, making for a great, healthy alternative to butter.

The Bacon is ready to eat when it is soft to the touch all over. Don’t be tempted to cut it open if it’s still hard in spots – be patient!



The Fuerte is a larger, pear-shaped avo, which we harvest in late winter. It has a smooth and very thin, almost Kermit the Frog-green skin with a creamy, pale green flesh inside. As with all of our avos, they taste great and are especially fantastic in pastas and salads.

The Fuerte can get quite big, ranging from 200 to almost 600 grams. A Fuerte is ripe when it yields to gentle pressure and it will stay bright green.



The Hass is the most popular avocado in Australia and the most common variety found on supermarket shelves. It is an oval-shaped fruit with a small to medium seed and it is best picked from September through to November. The Hass is super delicious and very easy to peel.

A Hass can range from 100 to 400 grams, and has a distinctive skin that is rougher than other varieties. A Hass is perfectly ripe when the dark green skin has deepened in colour to aubergine or royal purple.



The Reed avocado is a large, round, emu egg-shaped fruit that is deliciously creamy and exceptionally flavourful. The Reed is usually available from late December to early February: perfect for summer salads, breakfasts, or as a snack on the run.

The Reed is the largest of our varieties. It ranges from 200 to 800 grams. It has a thick green skin with slight pebbling, making it super easy to peel. Inside, its flesh is deliciously creamy.

A Reed is ripe when it may feel a little loose in its skin and almost rattle. It goes a darker green when ripe.


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