Exotic Fruits: 40+ Exotic Fruits With ESL Pictures and Examples

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Have you ever seen a fruit and wondered, ‘What’s this?’ Today, we’re going on a tasty adventure to explore over 75 exotic fruits from around the world. With fun pictures just for ESL students like you, learning English will be as exciting as tasting new flavors!

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Exotic Fruits List

Below is the list of 48 exotic fruits names along with short definitions.

  1. Cucamelon: Tiny fruits that look like mini watermelons but taste like cucumbers with a tangy twist.
  2. Mango: A sweet, juicy fruit with a stone in the middle, popular in tropical countries.
  3. Avocado: A creamy, buttery fruit often used in salads and spreads, rich in healthy fats.
  4. Chempedak: A large, tropical fruit with sweet, juicy pulp and a smell similar to jackfruit.
  5. Star apple: A tropical fruit with a star pattern when cut, known for its sweet, milky juice.
  6. Rambutan: A hairy fruit with a juicy, sweet interior, similar to a lychee.
  7. Water apple: A bell-shaped tropical fruit with a water-rich, crisp texture and mild flavor.
  8. Fig: A sweet fruit with a unique, seeded texture, often dried or eaten fresh.
  9. Kaffir lime: A citrus fruit with a bumpy exterior, used mainly for its leaves and zest.
  10. Guava: A tropical fruit with a sweet or slightly tart flavor, rich in vitamin C.
  11. Breadfruit: A large, starchy fruit, often used as a vegetable in tropical cuisines.
  12. Custard apple: A sweet fruit with a creamy texture and a hard, segmented exterior.
  13. Dragon fruit: A bright, colorful fruit with a mild, sweet taste and kiwi-like seeds.
  14. Pepino melon: A melon-like fruit with a mild, sweet flavor and a cucumber-like appearance.
  15. Mangosteen: A tropical fruit with a thick, purple rind and sweet, juicy segments inside.
  16. Gooseberry: A small, sour-to-sweet-tasting fruit, often used in jams and desserts.
  17. Kiwano: A spiky, orange fruit with a jelly-like interior and a mild, cucumber-like taste.
  18. Kiwi: A small, brown fruit with a bright, green interior and tiny black seeds.
  19. Buddha’s hand: A fragrant citrus fruit with a unique, segmented form resembling fingers.
  20. Starfruit: A juicy, star-shaped fruit with a sweet and slightly tart flavor.
  21. Loquat: A small, round fruit with a sweet, tangy taste and a yellow or orange skin.
  22. Prickly pear: A cactus fruit with a sweet, watermelon-like flavor and spiny outer skin.
  23. Sapodilla: A tropical fruit with a grainy, sweet taste, similar to a pear in texture.
  24. Duku: A type of langsat with sweet, translucent segments, often eaten fresh.
  25. Salak: A fruit with a scaly skin and sweet, tangy flesh, also known as snake fruit.
  26. Yangmei: A round, red fruit with a sweet and sour taste, similar to a raspberry.
  27. Noni fruit: A strong-smelling tropical fruit, known for its medicinal properties rather than taste.
  28. Lucuma: A sweet, dry fruit often used as a natural sweetener or in desserts.
  29. Langsat: A small, tropical fruit with juicy, sweet segments and a thin, yellow skin.
  30. Atemoya: A hybrid fruit combining the flavors of cherimoya and sugar apple with a creamy texture.
  31. Durian: A large, spiky fruit known for its strong smell and rich, custardy flesh.
  32. Finger lime: A citrus fruit with caviar-like pearls inside, used as a garnish or in drinks.
  33. Cloudberry: A rare, amber-colored berry with a tart, slightly sweet flavor.
  34. Jackfruit: The largest tree fruit, known for its sweet, fragrant flesh and versatile use.
  35. Black sapote: A fruit that looks like a green tomato but has sweet, chocolatey flesh when ripe.
  36. Lychee: A sweet, tropical fruit with a rough, red skin and a juicy, grape-like interior.
  37. Longan: A small, round fruit with translucent flesh and a sweet, floral taste.
  38. Santol: A tropical fruit with a cotton-like texture and a sweet-to-sour taste.
  39. Cherimoya: A green, heart-shaped fruit with creamy flesh and a blend of sweet flavors.
  40. Calamansi lime: A small, sour citrus fruit often used in Filipino cuisine for its tangy juice.
  41. Papaya: A tropical fruit with orange flesh and a sweet, melon-like flavor.
  42. Miracle fruit: A berry that temporarily alters taste perceptions, making sour foods taste sweet.
  43. Rose apple: A bell-shaped fruit with a crisp texture and a mildly sweet flavor.
  44. Jambolan: A purple, oval fruit with a sweet and slightly astringent flavor, also known as Java plum.
  45. Date: A sweet, chewy fruit often eaten dried and commonly used in Middle Eastern cuisine.
  46. Soursop: A large, spiky fruit with a tangy, sweet flesh, often used in drinks.
  47. Fuyu persimmon: A sweet, tomato-shaped fruit with a crunchy texture when ripe.
  48. Feijoa: A small, green fruit with a sweet, aromatic flavor, often compared to pineapple and guava.

Exotic Fruits

Use of Exotic Fruits in Example Sentences

  1. Tiny and cucumber-like, the Cucamelon surprises many.
  2. Summer days are perfect for ripe Mangoes.
  3. Toast with Avocado is a healthy start.
  4. Unique in taste, the Chempedak stands out.
  5. Cut open a Star apple to find stars.
  6. Sweet, juicy treats hide inside Rambutans.
  7. Mild and crisp, the Water apple refreshes.
  8. Soft and sweet, Figs are nature’s treat.
  9. Kaffir lime zest flavors Thai dishes vibrantly.
  10. Vitamin C-rich, Guavas are delightfully sweet.
  11. Cook Breadfruit like a starchy vegetable.
  12. Custard apples offer a creamy, sweet taste.
  13. Mild and sweet, Dragon fruit looks exotic.
  14. Pepino melons taste like sweet cucumbers.
  15. Rich in flavor, Mangosteens are fruit queens.
  16. Make jams from tart Gooseberries.
  17. Jelly-like inside, Kiwano has horn-like spikes.
  18. Bright and tangy, Kiwis enhance fruit salads.
  19. Fragrant Buddha’s hand offers zest, not fruit.
  20. Refreshing and tangy, Starfruits are unique.
  21. Make jelly from sweet and tangy Loquats.
  22. Prickly pears offer a sweet, melon-like taste.
  23. Sapodillas taste like sugary pears.
  24. Sweet and tangy, Dukus are langsat-like.
  25. Salak, or snake fruit, surprises with sweetness.
  26. Yangmei offers both flavor and health benefits.
  27. Health benefits overshadow the Noni fruit‘s taste.
  28. Desserts are sweetened naturally with Lucuma.
  29. Juicy and sweet, Langsats are tropical delights.
  30. Creamy and tangy, Atemoyas blend flavors beautifully.
  31. Loved for its custardy taste, Durian divides.
  32. Dishes sparkle with Finger lime caviar.
  33. Arctic-sweet, Cloudberries are rare and tart.
  34. Jackfruit is versatile, sweet or meaty.
  35. Black sapote tastes like chocolate pudding.
  36. Floral and sweet, Lychees are fragrant treats.
  37. Longans offer a drier, sweet taste.
  38. Santol blends sweet and sour uniquely.
  39. Many fruits blend in Cherimoya‘s sweet taste.
  40. Calamansi lime zests up Filipino cuisine.
  41. Tropical smoothies are perfect with Papaya.
  42. Miracle fruit magically sweetens sour tastes.
  43. Slightly sweet, Rose apples are crisp.
  44. Jambolan, or Java plum, is bittersweet.
  45. Natural and sweet, Dates are like caramel.
  46. Soursop combines creamy texture with tangy taste.
  47. Eat Fuyu persimmons like sweet apples.
  48. Feijoas taste uniquely of pineapple and mint.

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