kepel fruit anyone?
Another query that might be familiar to anyone from the Malaysia-Indoneia area: has anyoneever grown or tasted the rare kepel fruit from Java?
I'm not sure if "kepel" is the English, Dutch or Malay-Javanese name for this fruit, but it is related to the soursop (durian belanda) and is supposed to taste like a sweet mango with a hint of cinnamon. It is also rather rare, and I read that there are lots of these trees growing in the 'kraton' (sultan's palace) in Yogyakarta. Thanks!