Aromatic coconut is a fruit that is outstanding for the taste of its water and delicious sweet meat. Thai coconut's uniqueness is “aromatic” qualification that other breeds do not have.
Longan, also known as “Dragon eye”. Longan is soft and smaller than lychee fruit. It is available abundantly in the summer season and can be consumed either raw or as dried fruits. Longan has a brown and fragile skin. It has sensitive and translucent white flesh which has a musky grape like flavor, encasing a tiny black seed.
Mangosteen is known as “Queen of all Fruits”. It is a tropical fruit that is mostly grown in hot and humid climates of Southeast Asia. The outer rind of mangosteen is a bit hard and the fruit in the center is soft and white in color. It is juicy with a perfect balance of sweet and tangy flavor.
Rambutan is a small round shaped fruit, it is the same size as a lychee and it has leathery skin.The skin is covered in soft spines which are green to dark red. The firm white flesh is juicy and sweet.
Baby corn, also known as young corn or baby sweetcorn is a cereal grain taken from corn harvested early while the stalks are still small and immature. It typically is eaten whole. It is deliciously tender and has a crunchy bite with a subtle sweet Flavor.
Chili pepper is a fruit from chili plants. Chili peppers are widely used in many foods as spices to increase heat for the dish. It has a glossy sheen to its skin which comes in red and dark green color.
Papaya is very common in Thailand. The skin is green when unripe and orange when ripe, while the flesh is yellow, orange or red. The fruit also has many black seeds, which are edible but bitter.