Saturday, August 15, 2009
Japanese Kyoho Grapes...and Seedless
In another episode of pricey Japanese fruit, here were some Kyoho grapes. Usually these things have seeds in them, but I found a seedless variety today for S$20 (US$14) a cluster. That's convenient, seeing that I don't even bother peeling the thick skin like one is supposed to either.
As one would expect of such expensive things, these were super juicy and candy-like sweet. But perhaps what is more unique about these things is the fact that they taste mildly fermented...as if one were eating wine. Pretty cool. I wonder how those super pricey ones in the triple-digit gift boxes taste.
Digested at 1:12 PM
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