[New] Luxury Melon, Juicy with Intense Sweetness
Introducing the allure of Japanese melons, the luxury delight that captivates the palates of fruit enthusiasts worldwide.
With green-meat and red-meat varieties to entice your senses, these carefully cultivated fruits bear the intricate net-like pattern that reflects the artistry and expertise of Japanese growers.
Two varieties to enjoy!
Red Meat Melon has orange-colored flesh.
It is known for its rich, intense sweetness and a delightful aroma.
Even before reaching full ripeness, it tends to have a minimal greenish scent. Many varieties of this melon have a soft texture.
On the other hand, the Green Meat Melon has yellow to green flesh.
It is characterized by a refreshing, cool sweetness and aroma, which may have less richness compared to the Red Meat Melon.
There is no difference in sweetness between these 2 varieties of melons, and which one is more delicious largely depends on personal preference.
As a Luxury Delight from the Land of Exquisite Fruits
The deliciousness of Japanese fruits has been gaining attention overseas in recent years, and among them, one that is rising in popularity as a luxury fruit representative, is the Japanese melon.
There are variations with green flesh (green-meat) and others with orange flesh (red-meat).
The Art of Growing Japanese Melons with Meticulous Care
Japanese Melon with the net-like pattern are cultivated by leaving only 1 to 2 melons per vine.
Even when the fruits start to grow, labor-intensive efforts are made to select and keep only the best ones, sometimes narrowing it down to just one melon out of several.
The crucial process of thinning the fruits to ensure the best shape and quality prevents nutrient dispersion and ensures that essential nutrients are concentrated in the chosen fruits.
The Secret of Cultivating Net-Patterned Japanese Melons
The "net-like pattern" on Japanese melons wasn't naturally occurring; rather, it was the result of diligent research by farmers on how to grow delicious melons with a desirable net pattern.
The amount of water and fertiliser provided is not simply about giving them plenty.
Deliberately reducing or cutting back on these inputs is also essential. Farmers play a crucial role in adjusting water and fertiliser, which directly affects the formation of the net-like pattern.
The net pattern on melons is formed through a process where the fruit flesh expands due to the gradual enrichment of nutrients during its growth.
In essence, the net-like pattern is akin to a "scab" that develops because of the farmers' precise application of water and nutrients.
Melons with a beautiful net pattern are considered delicious as it indicates their smooth growth.
It's not just the high sugar content, but also the moist and succulent texture that contributes to the exceptional flavour experience.
We value on selecting superior fruits,
regardless of their origin or brand
- Partnering with professional buyers,
Quality Fresh Fruit are procured on the day of auction, and shipped to you -
Our buyers at Ota Market, the largest fruit market in Japan, procure the best fruits available on that day through auctions with their mekiki skill (connoisseurship), prioritizing quality over origin or brand.
Then twice a month, we transport these carefully selected and packed fruits via private cargo to Singapore.
While the origin and brand may vary each time, we ensure that the fruits we bring to Singapore are of fine quality fruit at the price available in Japan.
You can trust the eyes of the professionals, factoring all conditions to make sure quality, when you receive it, it's worth the price.