Four fruits grew on this vine, then fell down. The one in Gretchen’s hand we found caught half way down. It seemed to be ripe, so we tested it.
Something ate this other fruit and left only shards on the ground.
The others were probably carried off by woodland creatures with hands, most likely raccoons.
Back to the first fruit, here it is cut and smelling very ripe:
And it was a minty-cool citrus-tangy candy-sweet fruit taste.