MODE OF TRANSPORT
AVAILABILITY : ANAK SEKOLAH/DELI
: 2 KG/BOX
: 55 – 75 /BOX
: ABOVE 30GM
: 1 – 2 WEEKS
: JAN, JULY, SEPT, NOV
The Rambutan, is a close relative of the lychee. It distinguishes itself from the lychee by its soft, red hairy rind. Sometimes, it is called the hairy lychee and it derives its name from the Malaysian word for hair, “rambut." The Rambutan grows in clusters on large trees native to tropical Malaysia.
Rambutan is a seasonable fruit. Its flesh tends to be white and contains one seed. It is juicy and sweet like the lychee, but less acidic in flavor. The rambutan is ripe when its rind shows no signs of bruising or spots and its red color is fully developed. Its hairy spines should be firm, not brittle.
The skin and seeds are inedible. Cut it open to get white sweet and juicy flesh.