Thai guavas widely range in size, depending on the specific variety, and are generally small to medium in size with a round to oval shape. The fruit's thin skin can be smooth and textured to bumpy, covered in protrusions, warts, and nodes, and have a firm consistency. The skin also transitions from pale green to yellow-green with maturity. Underneath the surface, the white flesh is dense, coarse, grainy, and thick with a crunchy, aqueous, and firm mouthfeel. The flesh also encases a cluster of tiny cream-colored to pale yellow seeds, which are edible but very hard. Thai guavas release a faint tropical aroma and have a mild, sweet, and subtly tart taste with floral and fruity nuances.