Mafai or Burmese grape scientifically known as Baccaurea ramiflora is a slow growing evergreen tree in the Euphorbiaceae family.
Apart from Burmese grape it is also known as Latka, Lutco, Leteku, Lotqua, Baccaurea, Lantern Tree and Mafai. It grows in evergreen forests on a wide range of soils. Originally a native of Burma, they can now be located in India (Assam), Burma, China (Yunnan, Hainan), Vietnam, Laos, Thailand, Andaman and Nicobar Islands, Peninsular Malaysia.
hey The fruit is green colored while young turning yellow, red or even deep purple as they mature. Juicy white to pinkish white, translucent pulp is enclosed by leathery rind and in the middle of the pulp there are several small, hard seeds.
Burmese Grapes are very low I’m calories, while also being a good source of nutrients, vitamins and minerals.
The fruits have a succulent, sour and sweet taste. Burmese Grape is consumed fresh out of hand as a fruit, stewed or made into wine.
Origin: Burma, Thailand, Malaysia
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