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Durian king of tropical fruit

King of the fruit, this is how people in Southeast Asia call this exotic fruit. Durian: scientifically named as Durio zibethinus. It has very distinctive smell, large in size, and also thorn-covered husk. The shape ranges from oblong to round, the colour of its husk green to brown, and its flesh pale yellow to red, depending on the species. The name durian comes from the Malay word duri (thorn) together with the suffix -an (for building a noun in Malay).

Durian

one of the high calories contained in fruit. Yes, it is high in fat, however, not saturated fat. Fat that can be an energy booster. High in vitamins and minerals such as vitamin C, as well as antioxidants. Eating the durian in winter, can help your body keep warm. Because durian is high-energy  kind of food, it easily increases the body metabolic rate and increase the efficiency of the blood and oxygen transportation throughout the body. Keep your body warm for hours after you consume the durian fruit.

Musang King

is the highest top rank in durian kingdom, giving the best taste, sweet and a hint of bitter to balance the sweetness. The flesh is thick and a very intense yellow colour. Rich, creamy and a texture simalar to custard, easily make people ask for more once they had some. The aroma from the flesh, compliments the texture. A fantastic enjoyment experience when you start to indulge yourself with durian.

D24

is a milder texture compared to Musang King. The pale yellow colour of the flesh tastes sweeter compare to Musang King. Again, it gives a different taste to Musang King. People enjoy the sweetness of the D24 and the less thick flesh.

Malaysia durian

is very distinctive to durian from other countries. The way they harvest the durian is very, very different. All the durian ripens on the tree, and only falls off the tree when the durian is ripe and ready to be eaten. Basically, we let nature decide when the durian is suitable to be eaten. Nature knows best when it is ready to eat, and everything from the nature is always the best. It's much superior to allow the power of nature rather than force it.

In other countries, they harvest the durian while they are still on the tree. The durian is yet to ripen; however, humans intervene and harvest it and attempt to artificially ripen it. This is why you can easily come across durian at local Asian grocery stores only to find that the durian is very hard to open due to the immaturity as well as the fruit can be tasteless.

 

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