Three Exotic Fruits to Try

A member of the board of Fundacion Castro-Limon, Arian Jaff previously worked in the finance and real estate development industries. Arian Jaff’s interests include traveling and trying exotic foods.For those who enjoy tasting exotic foods, the possibility of trying new delicacies offers a thrilling experience. If you have the opportunity to travel to Southeast Asia, you may want to try these fruits.

The red, leathery rind of the lychee fruit may deter many thanks to its prickly appearance. But beneath its rough exterior lies a mildly sweet, white fruit full of juice and grape-like in texture. It also emits a flower-like fragrance. Beware the poisonous seed, however.

T’he rambutan hides its edibility under a hairy, spiky covering. Discard the tough skin and bitter seed and enjoy the sweet, somewhat acidic fruit.

Known to some as the “queen of fruit,” the mangosteen reveals soft, juicy, white sections underneath its peeling. The larger sections may contain a bitter seed, while the smaller ones practically melt in your mouth.

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