Daleys Fruit Tree Nursery
duriun trees: have you seen any
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Mike, I thought your taste bud likes drier fruits as evidenced by your preference for crispy jakefruit over sloopy jakefruit. Have you eaten a Musan King before? If you like drier texture and one that doesn't stick to your throat then you would like Musan King. There are a few grades of Musang King: grade 2 is what is commonly available, Grade 1 is rare and then the supreme Rajah. I ate one which costed $150 per fruit in Singapore. A rich friend saved the fruit in freezer. Unfortunately only 1 aril left for me and it was frozen. Can you describe the taste and texture of those Thai good durians as mentioned by you. Are their pulp like Monthong? There are plenty of Monthong-like in Malaysia. I like all kinds of durians from sloopy to chewy ones. Malaysia has a wide range of the pulp texture and flavour.
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