Here are some exotic fruits, which you may have never heard of. These fruits are very famous around the world and have a unique taste with a quirky name. These fruits are generally found in the most biodiverse region of the earth: The Tropics.
Let’s have a look at some of the most fascinating creations of nature:
This fruit is really tasty and it can also be used as a medicine. A bit of sweet, tangy and sour, this fruit mainly grows in Southeast Asia, it has an almond-shaped seed in white color, inside of an inedible layer of the purple colored fruit.
A fruit which has a very acidic and sour taste, rambutan is mostly found in Southeast Asia. Supple spines cover the fruit and inside it, is a white-colored pulp which contains a considerate amount of vitamin C. It is also very beneficial for bones and it keeps the skin hydrated.
This fruit, also known as the African horned cucumber, has thorn-like spikes and is extremely sour in taste. This fruit is green in color and looks like a pomegranate from the inside. It is a traditional fruit of Africa, which helps to boost metabolism and also improves eyesight.
This fruit, also known as a tree-tomato, is an egg-shaped small fruit which is very rich in vitamins and iron. This fruit, native to the Andes of Ecuador and Columbia is sweet and acetous in taste.
Also known as custard apple, it is a white colored fruit which is sweet and pulpy. Cherimoya mostly grows in the tropical regions around the world and is the native fruit of Columbia and Peru. It has black seeds which are inedible but contain a large amount of vitamin C.
An aromatic fruit which has a great sweet and sour taste with a thin outer layer of its peel. It is most commonly found in China. It has a black seed in the center, which is medicinally useful and helps to cure skin problems. This fruit is rich in vitamin C. Apparently, it is also used to treat snake bites.
Passion fruit is a tropical fruit which is usually oval in shape. This juicy fruit with a creamy texture is very rich in Vitamin A and C. It is a native fruit of southern Brazil and northern Argentina.
Isn’t it fascinating to see these many varieties of exotic fruits?