Exotic Fruits: List of 45+ Exotic Fruits From All Around the World 1

Exotic Fruits: List of 45+ Exotic Fruits From All Around the World

Exotic Fruits! In this lesson, you will learn a list of exotic fruits in English with ESL picture and example sentences to help you enhance your vocabulary words.

Exotic Fruits

List of Exotic Fruits

  • Lucuma
  • Fuyu persimmon
  • Durian
  • Chempedak
  • Sapodilla
  • Date
  • Starfruit
  • Kiwano
  • Atemoya
  • Black sapote
  • Dragon fruit
  • Fig
  • Gooseberry
  • Guava
  • Jackfruit
  • Kiwi
  • Langsat
  • Longan
  • Lychee
  • Rambutan
  • Mango
  • Feijoa
  • Cherimoya
  • Calamansi lime
  • Loquat
  • Mangosteen
  • Noni fruit
  • Rose apple
  • Salak
  • Santol
  • Custard apple
  • Yangmei
  • Prickly pear
  • Breadfruit
  • Water apple
  • Kaffir lime
  • Duku
  • Miracle fruit
  • Finger lime
  • Cloudberry
  • Pepino melon
  • Buddha’s hand
  • Cucamelon
  • Soursop
  • Papaya
  • Star apple
  • Jambolan
  • Avocado

Exotic Fruits with Examples

Learn the names of exotic fruits in English with example sentences.

  • Lucuma

Pouteria lucuma is a species of tree in the family Sapotaceae, cultivated for its fruit, the lúcuma. 

  • Fuyu persimmon

Fuyu persimmons, botanically known as part of Diospyros kaki, are an Asian variety of persimmon.

  • Durian

Say with your heart durian is difficult to eat?

  • Chempedak

Artocarpus integer, commonly known as chempedak or cempedak, is a species of tree in the family Moraceae in the same genus as breadfruit and jackfruit. 

  • Sapodilla

Sapodilla is a kind of versatile tropical fruit tree and has great value in development and utilization.

  • Starfruit

Decorate with a slice of starfruit and kiwi.

  • Kiwano

Cucumis metuliferus, commonly called the horned melon, spiked melon, jelly melon, or kiwano, is an annual vine in the cucumber and melon family, Cucurbitaceae.

  • Atemoya

The atemoya, Annona × cherimoya, or Annona squamosa × Annona cherimola is a hybrid of two fruits – the sugar-apple and the cherimoya – which are both native to the American tropics.

  • Black sapote

Diospyros nigra, the black sapote, is a species of persimmon.

  • Dragon fruit

 I nutritious can be an appetizer. eating dragon fruit that’s all.

  • Fig

Figs are a unique fruit resembling a teardrop. 

  • Gooseberry

He was as green as a gooseberry.

  • Guava

The taste is somewhere between a guava and a grape.

  • Jackfruit

There are also durian, mangosteen, pitaya, rambutan, jackfruit, coconut provided.

  • Kiwi

Decorate with a slice of starfruit and kiwi.

  • Langsat

Langsat or Lanzones are trees from the Mahogany family, scientifically known as Lansium parasiticum.

  • Longan

Numerous lichee, longan, waxberry trees are planted all over the hills surrounding the campus.

  • Lychee

Lychee is a tropical fruit from southeast China.

  • Rambutan

There are also durian, mangosteen, pitaya, rambutan, jackfruit, coconut provided.

  • Mango

There was a mango tree in Mr Smith’s yard.

  • Feijoa

 The feijoa grows easily from seed, but the seedlings are not always true to type.

  • Cherimoya

Among hardiest of cherimoya, does well in most present growing areas.

  • Calamansi lime

Calamansi, also known as calamondin, is an economically important citrus hybrid predominantly cultivated in the Philippines.

  • Loquat

They planted orange and loquat and peach and plum trees on the bank of the stream.

  • Mangosteen

There are also durian, mangosteen, pitaya, rambutan, jackfruit, coconut provided.

  • Rose apple

The rose apple is occasionally cultivated in the tropics but is rarely available in markets.

  • Salak

Salak (Salacca zalacca) is a species of the palm tree (family Arecaceae) native to Java and Sumatra in Indonesia.

  • Santol

Santol fruit, botanically classified as Sandoricum koetjape, is one of two edible fruits found in the Meliaceae, or Mahogany family.

  • Custard apple

Cherimoya, or custard apple, is a deciduous plant found in the high lying mountainous areas of South America.

  • Yangmei

The Yangmei is an evergreen plant which produces delicious round fruits of a purple colour.

  • Prickly pear

Heading up an orange-dirt trail, she passes prickly pear cactus and yucca.

  • Breadfruit

Breadfruit has the same texture as bread.

  • Water apple

Water apples are not actually apples—they are a species of tropical fruit with the botanical name Syzygium aqueum. 

  • Kaffir lime

Dish and sprinkle the finely shredded kaffir lime leaves on top.

  • Miracle fruit

The miracle fruit contains a natural protein, called miraculin, which has sugar molecules that bind to the tongue, she said.

  • Finger lime

Citrus australasica, the Australian finger lime or caviar lime, is a thorny understorey shrub or small tree of lowland subtropical rainforest and rainforest in the coastal border region of Queensland and New South Wales, Australia.

  • Buddha’s hand

Though it looks like a lemon gone wild, the Buddha’s hand is actually a distinct fruit in the citron family. 

  • Soursop

Soursop is the fruit of Annona muricata, a broadleaf, flowering, evergreen tree. 

  • Papaya

We went for frozen yoghurt and papaya shakes across the street, at a health-food restaurant.

  • Star apple

The star apple tree is a tropical or near-tropical species ranging only up to 1,400 ft (425 m) elevation in Jamaica. 

  • Jambolan

The jambolan is fast-growing, reaching full size in 40 years.

  • Avocado

It looks pretty bleak for avocado growers here.

Exotic Fruits Infographic

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Exotic Fruits: List of 45+ Exotic Fruits from All Around the World

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Exotic Fruits: List of 45+ Exotic Fruits from All Around the World

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