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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.
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).
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.
They were bustling with business yesterday. Reservations are strongly recommended to secure your durian.
The Durian Story
Blk 151
Serangoon North Ave 2
Unit 01-11
Singapore 550151
Tel: 8797 6699
Thanks Jonathan for jioing me down for these durians!