25 Nov '17, 1pm

シンガポールだとハズレ!はない気がするけど良いお値段するよなぁ…簡単に1個3,000円以上とかになっちゃう(>_<) https://t.co/vOhvjWtVkD

シンガポールだとハズレ!はない気がするけど良いお値段するよなぁ…簡単に1個3,000円以上とかになっちゃう(>_<) https://t.co/vOhvjWtVkD

Fans of bitter sweet durians would be starstruck by the dark greyish green seams of the “Black Gold” durian. This is the stuff durian aficionados dream about. Durian devotees will instinctively know that those black seams are a sign of a mature durian tree capable of producing deep, bitter, complex flavours with a musky, seductive (repugnant to some) aroma. My friend Meng Chiang of 818 Durians has been focussing on producing these sought after characteristics at his farm in Pahang, Malaysia. To do this, he has borrowed some of the techniques used by Japanese farmers known for extreme farming methods to produce the ultimate fruit. First he selected trees which are located at the top of the mountain which are at least 25 years old. These old trees would normally produce 120 fruits per season and they usually produce durians which are the cream of the crop. Once the durian fr...

Full article: http://ieatishootipost.sg/818-durians-black-gold/

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