Dubbed the ‘King of Fruits,’ durian reigns supreme as Southeast Asia’s most coveted fruit, so much so that it’s often mistaken for Singapore’s national emblem of taste. While not officially a national fruit, its popularity is undeniable, especially among Singaporeans. Our Durian Delivery Service brings this sought-after delicacy to your doorstep, ensuring you can savor its unique flavor with utmost convenience.
Unlike any other fruit harvested based on the season, durian is available almost yearly. This is thanks to sellers like Durian Express Delivery, who aims to provide great quality durian at affordable prices.
If you’ve never eaten durian, it’s time to lose your durian innocence. If you never try, then you’ll never know. Once you’ve tasted the fruit, you’re more likely to understand what it’s like to crave durians, regardless of the weather.
- 1 How to Easily Lose Your Durian Innocence
- 2 Acquaint yourself with the mildest dose
- 3 Tackle the fruit head-on
- 4 Preparing yourself mentally
- 5 Preparing yourself physically
How to Easily Lose Your Durian Innocence
Losing your durian innocence can be a life-changing experience as you either like or dislike eating the fruit. Nobody can tell you what works best despite what people say about the fruit. You can just discover how to love durian on your first bite.
There are two ways to lose your durian innocence: one is to acquaint yourself with the mildest dose of durian, while another is to tackle the fruit head-on.
Acquaint yourself with the mildest dose
The first method generally comes in the form of durian-flavoured delicacies such as cakes and cookies, wherein the taste and scent are barely present. You can also try some durian chips as the texture is more bearable than cakes and cookies.
Once you think you can handle the taste and scent, try to move on to desserts made from durian such as custard, and ice cream as they’re closer to the real thing in terms of the smell and texture. This should make it easier for you to lose your durian innocence.
Tackle the fruit head-on
Most durian veterans will likely tell you to tackle the fruit head-on. While they’re not wrong, it may prevent you from trying the fruit. Instead, choose a durian that isn’t overripe and milder in taste and smell, such as the D13 variant.
This variant is ideal for first-timers as it’s less intense than other variants. Also, it’s sweet, has less fibrous flesh, and large seeds that make D13 easier to eat. Never consider frozen durians for the first time, as freezing changes the texture. Instead, look for the freshest fruit possible. That way, you’re more likely to lose your durian innocence the right way.
Before you lose your durian innocence (in a good way), there are two things that you should prepare when eating the fruit – your mind and body.
Preparing yourself mentally
The durian is one of the most misunderstood fruits on earth. Due to its pungent smell, the fruit is banned from most public transport in Singapore. Not only that, but the durian is also prohibited from hotels and as in-flight luggage. Despite that, you can still enjoy them within the comfort of your home as you can opt for a durian delivery service.
Regardless of what people say about the fruit, it would be best if you tried to enjoy the fruit in your way. Share the fruit with your family or friends to spend time with them. You may not like durian the first time, but you’ll grow to love it after several tries.
Preparing yourself physically
You know that the durian is a pungent fruit. While the scent may be pleasant to some, it can be unpleasant to others. In light of this, you may want to make sure that the smell doesn’t follow you after your first taste. Bring along some mouth rinse and scented hand wipes with you.
For people with diabetes and other health issues, you may want to control your durian consumption. Although it contains plenty of vitamins and minerals, the durian is rich in fat and carbohydrates. You should also avoid drinking alcohol while indulging in durian as the two don’t mix well.