Some rare fruits around the world

Thursday, February 18th, 2016 | by

There are some fruits that contain taste like the nectar. One can not resist himself/herself to taste such rare fruits. Even Adam and Eve could not resist themselves to taste ‘forbidden fruit’ in the Garden of Eden. Regardless of divine ‘forbidden fruit’, some rare tastiest fruits are available in the market. Such fruits are not as divine as ‘forbidden fruit’ but their taste gives almost similar flavour.

Mangosteen: Mangosteen, a rare fruit, is cultivated in Indonesia. It is a purple colored fruit.

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Cherimoya: The pulpy fruit is cultivated in Andes mountain range between Argentina and Chile. Cherimoya is a sweet and fragrant fruit.

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Cupuacu: This fruit is mainly found in the wild Amazon rainforest. It is also cultivated in some parts of Peru. Cupuacu, a wild fruit, grows 8 inches in length.

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Physalis: One of the sweetest fruits, Physalis contains many medicinal properties. The fruit is a member of tomato family. The presence of Vitamin C, B and Iron makes it special among other fruits.

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Jabuticaba: Mainly used in baked products, jams and wines, Jabuticaba is grown in Southeastern Brazil. It is also used to cure diseases like diarrhoea and asthma.

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African Horned Cucumber: On of the oldest fruits on the land, African Horned Cucumber is known as ‘blow fish fruit’. It had been growing in Africa for around 3,000 years.

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Durian: Known as ‘king of fruits’ across South Asian countries, Durian is a seasonal fruit which is grown in Indonesia and Malaysia.

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Miracle fruit: Named as miracle fruit, it is a small red colored natural food which is cultivated in tropical forests of West Africa.

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