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The bumper crop for durian is here again, and prices has fallen due to a huge supply from Malaysia. The low prices is expected to last for one or two more weeks, so go for it now if you like durians.
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If you're a fan of Mao Shan Wang, it's selling only for $15/kg when I was at @the_durian_story yesterday. Better still, go for the Black Gold, which is a few grades higher than Mao Shan Wang, at $19/kg (price as of 15 July 2018).
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So how does Black Gold taste like? What's most distinctive to me is the creamy alcoholic taste and scent. You don't always get small seed ("yew ji"), but the ones I ate all had a silky texture, and tastes buttery with a bitter aftertaste.
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They were bustling with business yesterday. Reservations are strongly recommended to secure your durian.
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The Durian Story
Blk 151
Serangoon North Ave 2
Unit 01-11
Singapore 550151
Tel: 8797 6699
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Thanks Jonathan for jioing me down for these durians!