1. Belongum on #

    You’ve just made both of us hungry for Mangosteens…

    … and they look so good!!!


  2. Ah Yuan // wingstodust on #

    OMG MANGOSTEEN. *jealous*

    Huh. *squints at photo* Is the mangosteen… blue? Usually mine are reddish-purple. (or maybe I’m just colourblind. T_T)

  3. Molly on #

    Cutest. Fruit. Ever. (I’ve never seen one in person, but I am a little bit in love with Stash’s Mangosteen Green Tea. Which I might never have tried were it not for your posts about mangosteens!)

  4. A. Grey on #

    Okay, that’s worse than those fruit I thought were eggs… explain what these things taste like!

  5. Sandy Shin on #

    MANGOSTEEN! I love them. Looking at these makes me wish there were fresh mangosteen in the US that doesn’t cost an arm and a leg.

  6. Baby Power Dyke on #

    I’ve just looked these up on Wikipedia.
    I don’t know if we have these in the States, but I’ve made RHS promise to take me to Australia so that I can try them.

  7. Tricia Sullivan on #

    My partner spent a year living in Malaysia as a child and he still talks in raptured tones about climbing trees to pick mangosteens. They seem to inspire a sort of devotion.

  8. Lauren on #

    I’ve never actually had a mango… I’ll have to try one, when they’re back in season of course! 🙂

  9. Winchester Grey on #

    For this alone, I would envy you. For the gloating… I WILL HAVE REVENGE!

  10. Sean the Blogonaut on #

    Ah but I have fresh rock melons growing but 5 feet from me 😛

  11. Julie Polk on #

    That looks like something Willy Wonka engineered from a blueberry and an artichoke.

  12. Belongum on #

    Julie – that just cracked me up mate! haha 😉

  13. Eric Luper on #

    You should do a blog entry on how those are eaten… exactly.

  14. marcus on #

    Its easy to open a mangosteen just look in my video
    im opening a fresh mangosteen in Philippines:

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