Originating from Central America, this visually striking fruit has vibrant pink or yellow skin with white or red flesh speckled with tiny black seeds. It has a mild, sweet taste and is rich in antioxidants.
Known as the "king of fruits," durian is native to Southeast Asia. It has a distinctive smell, which some find unpleasant, but its creamy, custard-like flesh has a complex flavor that can be sweet and savory.
Hailing from Southeast Asia, rambutan resembles a lychee with a hairy, red outer skin. Its translucent, juicy flesh has a sweet and slightly acidic taste.
Native to South and Southeast Asia, jackfruit is the largest tree fruit in the world. It has a sweet taste and a fibrous texture, often used as a meat substitute in vegetarian dishes due to its ability to mimic pulled pork or chicken.
These small, orange fruits are encased in a papery husk and are native to South America. They have a sweet-tart flavor and are rich in vitamins and antioxidants.
Akebia fruit comes from the Akebia vine in East Asia. It has a unique appearance with a long, purplish pod filled with small, translucent seeds. The flavor is described as a mix of kiwi and banana.
Also known as "custard apple," cherimoya originates from South America. Its creamy, sweet flesh has a taste often compared to a blend of pineapple, banana, and strawberry.
This citrus fruit, native to Northeastern India and China, is known for its unique appearance resembling multiple yellow fingers. It doesn't have flesh or juice like other citrus fruits but is prized for its fragrant zest used in cooking and perfumes.