Lamb Hass avocados are larger than the common Hass variety, growing on productive, upright, compact trees. Lamb Hass matures later in the season than Hass. It has a pear or oval shape, distinguished from Hass by its flat, square shoulder. These avocados ripen during the summer months. Their skin is easily peeled from the flesh.
- Type A
- Weighs 10 to 18 ounces
- Has pebbly skin that is very dark green, even before ripening, which will continue to darken to almost black
- Flesh is pale green and houses a medium-sized seed
- Flavor is rich and nutty, similar to Hass, and is smooth and creamy
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