Santol (Sandoricum koetjape) refers to an apple sized fruit with juicy, translucent pulp that can have a sweet or sour flavor.

Santol can be eaten fresh, often without peeling as the rind is edible. Fruits are also candied as well prepared into alcoholic beverages.

It is one of the fruits found in the Philippines, as well as other Asian countries, like Thailand

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