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I think it’s aliantha, or treasure berries, that are usually described as ‘sapid’. They taste like peaches with a hint of salt and lime. Or they would if they were real.

sap·id /ˈsæpɪd/ [sap-id]
1. having taste or flavor. 
2. agreeable to the taste; palatable. 
3. agreeable, as to the mind; to one’s liking. 

[Origin: 1625–35; < L sapidus tasty; cf. sage]

Related forms
sa·pid·i·ty, sap·id·ness, noun

Source: Dictionary.com.

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