Durian is often regarded as the King of Fruits. The outer husk has tough, sharp spines, but within, the edible flesh has a distinctive, penetrating fragrance that most people find irresistible. The flesh has a strong, sweet flavor with a creamy texture that melts in the mouth. It is a rich source of vitamins A, B1, B2, and C as well as carbohydrates and dietary fiber.
"Durian" There are 3-4 large, thick arils per locule. The pulp is golden-yellow, smooth, creamy, sweet with a pleasant aroma. This cultivar has little fruit physiological disorder, low flesh fibre and good fruit setting characteristics. Each fruit weighs 2 - 5kg. The inferior fruit characters include the large seed and the high number of seeds/fruit, high incidence of wet core, branch dieback, low phytophthora resistance and poor processing properties.