I went to the wet market today, and guess what - I found this fruit.
Locally called "buah binjai", it's scientific name is Mangifera caesia.
Anacardiaceae. Common names include Malaysian Mango, Binjai (Malay), Wani (Bali), yaa-lam (Thai), and bayuno (Filipino). It belongs to the same genus as the mango and is widely cultivated in areas of Malaysia, Indonesia, Brunei, Papua New Guinea, and the Philippines. The tree lives in lowlands or gentle slopes in sandy clay soils. It grows up to 30 m (100 ft) tall with a dense crown of round-shaped leaves. The flowers are purple or pink, 0.7 cm long with five sepals. The fruit is a large, edible, elliptical drupe 10–15 cm (4–6 in) long and 6–8 cm (2–3 in) wide. The skin is thin and brown with darker patches, and the flesh is yellow-white, mushy, and strongly odorous with an acid-sweet or sour taste.
Care to taste this fruit? Come to Malaysia, if possible - to Perlis..
Have a nice day...