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Ice Apple Asian Palmyra Palm Borassus Flabellifer

Ice apple, also known as taal, tadgola, or nungu, is a tropical fruit native to the Indian subcontinent. It is obtained from the palmyra palm tree (Borassus flabellifer) and belongs to the Arecaceae family. The fruit is widely consumed in parts of India, Sri Lanka, Bangladesh, and Southeast Asia, where the palmyra palm grows abundantly.

Physical Description:

  • Shape: Ice apple has a distinctive round to oval shape, somewhat resembling a small coconut or lychee.
  • Size: The size of the fruit ranges from about 2 to 4 inches in diameter.
  • Color: When ripe, the outer skin is brown to black and might have a slightly rough texture.
  • Texture: The outer skin is thin and easily peelable. Inside, the fruit has a tender, translucent, and jelly-like flesh.
  • Taste: The flavor of ice apple is subtly sweet with a hint of floral notes. It is refreshing and juicy, making it a perfect summer fruit.


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