Take A Look At These Strange Fruits From Around The World


1. Durian

The “king of fruits” is known for its extreme smell. The fruit, which is easily recognized because of its dangerous-looking prickly skin, can grow to weigh up to 8kg (17lbs). The taste of a durian can be compared to custard, garlic, onion and blue cheese… combined. It’s a taste you might need to get used to before you are able to enjoy it fully.

2. Dragonfruit

Dragon fruit or pity is a fruit of several different cactus species that were originally only found in the America’s. Nowadays, the fruits are cultivated all over the world. When ripe, the flavor of a dragon fruit is described as a mildly sweet blend of pear and kiwi. Under-ripe dragon fruit has barely any flavor.

3. Mulberries

These colorful berries are often made into wine, fruit juice, tea, jam or canned foods. They can also be dried and eaten as a snack. The berries’ taste ranges from very sweet to tart-sweet. The trees on which they grow are coveted for their leaves, because they are the only kind of leaf that a silkworm will eat.

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