Durian - Thai exotic
Durian looks pretty frightening: the fruit is large (weight can reach 10 kilograms), the skin is green-brown in color with large spines, which can make it very difficult to transport durian.
On the Internet you can find a large number of reviews and articles about this tropical stranger, and each author of a review or article notes the specific, directly nauseous smell of this fruit. Someone says that it smells of spoiled herring, for someone the smell is associated with the smell of rotten eggs. Also noted is the incredible persistence of this smell. Because of this, durian cannot be carried into hotels in Thailand, otherwise you can get a fine. For the same reason, you will not be able to find durian in European and Russian stores. Exporting outside of Thailand by individual tourists is also prohibited, otherwise a rather large fine awaits you.
Despite the nauseous smell, Thais note the divine taste of durian, which resembles a gentle vanilla cream. People who have tasted durian are advised to eat it with a spoon, but in no case with their hands, otherwise the smell described above will haunt you for a very, very long time.
It should also be noted that durian, like all exotic fruits, can cause allergies. If you are prone to allergic reactions, it is advisable to find out in advance if you are allergic to the flesh of this fruit with a specific smell and royal taste.
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