Durian Varieties Part 1

D197 Old Tree Musang King
Yield: Less
Durian Features: The bottom shell has a unique starfish or five-pointed star shape pattern, and the flesh is golden yellow
Durian Taste: With rich flavor and color, the meat of Musang King is thick and smooth, with a strong bitter and sweet taste, and the layering is particularly rich
Old Tree "Small" Musang King
Yield: Less
Durian Features: Grows on the top of trees over 30 years old, without artificial fertilizer or pesticide intervention. It is basically a pure natural growth. Due to the long-term growth of durians, the fruit shapes are different. The durian on the top of the tree can withstand sufficient sun, rain and dew, and the pulp is very good.
Durian Taste: The fragrance is extremely rich, the taste is extremely delicate and layered, the sweetness is fragrant, the bitterness returns to sweetness quickly, and the teeth and cheeks are fragrant
Old Tree Tekka Durian
Yield: Less
Durian Features: The bottom has the most obvious dark yellow concave and convex pits, and the shell is light green. After opening the shell, there will be a row of small yellow teeth in the middle of the fruit", commonly known as the flower core.
Durian Taste: The taste is sweeter and the creamy pulp is popular.
101 Durian
Yield: Less
Durian Features: The red flesh is golden yellow, similar in color to Musang King, and the thorns are the thinnest and most beneficial in the durian.
Durian Taste: The pulp has a robust and substantial flavour. There are a lot of pits, but the sweet, milky flavour makes up for it.