Mao Shan Wang, commonly known as the Musang King, was Singapore’s and the world’s most popular and healthy durian! With so many people drooling so over creamy bittersweet king among durians, its costs have risen considerably over the years – MSW prices in Malaysia have jumped by more than 200 percent, while prices in China have increased by more than 400 percent. True to its name, the Mao Shan Wang ascended to the throne, triumphant over other durians – is this how the king of durians earned its moniker?
Mao Shan Wang durians live up to their name by being the creamiest, most prosperous, butteriest, bittersweet durians of all the durian types. When you bite into the delicate flesh of MSW’s sensitive, meaty durian seeds, they melt into heaven of robust, rich flavor. This durian is noted for its most aromatic flavor and creamiest texture!
Suppose the fruit itself indeed is not there for you. In that case, you can also enjoy Mao Shan Wang delicacies on this durian-obsessed island, such as burned cheesecake, mochi, and purée on top of gula Melaka kueh salat sweets, lava croissant, creamy serve, and so many more. In Singapore, you have the right to go wild on MSW durian!
Other durians, including the D24 type, that’s also popular in The region and Asia but have a mellower, milder taste and don’t carry as much of a punch; they can’t compare to the mao shan wang durian. The XO durian is bitter rather than sweet, and its pale yellow pulp is much more watery than creamy when bitten into. There are many other durian kinds, such as Red Prawn, Black Thorn, & Black Gold durians, but the Mao Shan Wang reigns supreme. MSW has the perfect combination of bitter and sweet, so Asia isenamored with this beautiful kind.