10 Extremely Rare Fruits You Probably Never Heard Of

Salak (Snake Fruit) - A small, reddish-brown fruit with a scaly skin resembling snake scales. It has a sweet and tangy flavor.

Rambutan: A tropical fruit with a hairy red skin and sweet, juicy flesh inside.

Buddha's Hand: A citrus fruit with a unique shape, resembling multiple yellow fingers. It has a strong, fragrant aroma.

Durian: Known as the "king of fruits," durian has a strong smell but a rich, creamy taste.

Miracle Fruit: This berry can change the taste perception of sour foods to sweet when eaten.

Ackee: The national fruit of Jamaica, ackee is pear-shaped and turns bright red when ripe. It is poisonous if not ripe.

Mangosteen: A tropical fruit with a thick purple rind and juicy, white segments inside. It has a sweet and tangy flavor.

Jabuticaba: A grape-like fruit native to Brazil, it grows directly on the trunk of the tree.

Cupuaçu: A relative of cacao, cupuaçu has a creamy, exotic flavor often used in desserts and beverages.

Pitahaya: A visually striking fruit with pink or yellow skin and white or red flesh speckled with black seeds. It has a mild, sweet flavor.