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of foreign origin or character; not native; introduced from abroad, but not fully naturalized or acclimatized: exotic foods; exotic plants.

For me exotic fruits were mangoes, papayas, mangosteens, ananas or even kiwis when I was really little (then we grew some in our garden and they became less “exotic” in my eyes) but now after living in Asia 8 years I’m all exited about peaches, cherries, apricots because they’ve become the exotic fruits. 18 more words

Life In Singapore

2016 Maison Louis Latour Andeche Chardonnay

Maison Louis Latour is one of the most innovative producers in Burgundy whilst maintaining its traditional image. With a view to expanding the business in 1979, the valley of the Ardèche river with its limestone-based soils was chosen as the ideal location to produce top-quality vin de pays Chardonnay. 66 more words

White Wine


This is Mauricio’s favorite fruit. Grown in the states of La Paz and Cochabamba of Bolivia.

The cherimoya looks to me what I’d imagine a dragon egg would look like. 211 more words

Exotic Fruits


In my last post I promised to write a series of posts about the foods here in Bolivia. This is achachairú, a fruit. And so far, it’s my absolute favorite. 230 more words

Exotic Fruits

"You can't grow Watermelons in the UK...... can you?"

If I was to tell you that I don’t actually like the taste of Watermelons, it would be a fair question to ask me just why I dedicated so much time last year to growing them and indeed, why I plan to do the same this year. 2,722 more words

Korean Pears

So obviously I didn’t “make these” but this is my mid-morning snack this week and for those of you who have never had one, I thought I’d introduce you to the Korean Pear, aka. 205 more words

Asian Fruits

Dragonfruit Coffee

Dragonfruit Coffee

Description: Our dragonfruit coffee comes in 4 variants for your to choose.

Exotic Fruits on glossy paper, full-color, 2-ft by 3-ft … Dragon Fruit… 29 more words