Durian (tropical fruit) is a nutritious food, packed with minerals, proteins, and fats. Durian is cultivated in orchards and numerous varieties are available. However, because it takes ten years for a durian tree to come to fruition, farming hasn’t exactly proliferated. Consequently, durians are becoming scarcer year by year, as well as more and more expensive. The creamy flesh inside gives an exquisite sweet and delicious taste. First-timers who are sporting enough to try the durian will more than likely find the taste wonderful despite its overwhelmingly pungent smell.