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Another popular Thai durian

Koeb Mae Tao
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Decades ago ‘Koeb Mae Tao’ durians were traditionally grown in the Thon Buri area, but have since been on the verge of extinction. Still, ‘Koeb Mae Tao’ durians are now a favourite among many orchard growers due to their luscious and distinctive flavour as well as their relatively small and dry seeds—a sign of a good durian. ‘Koeb Mae Tao’ durians generally have thick crusts, sharp spikes, are large in size and have protruding bottoms.

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