Recipe Tips, Ingredients Purposes, Q&A and more
Disclaimer: This website may contain affiliate links. Meaning if you click on an affiliate link at this website and then make a purchase of the recommended product or service, we may receive compensation.

Super Whole Melon Atlas Award (2)

June 4, 2023
The Super Whole Melon Atlas is an online resource that provides detailed information about the different types of melons available in the world. It includes information about cantaloupe, casaba, charentais, crane and crenshaw melons. It also provides information on their origin, nutritional value, flavor profile and other interesting facts. This resource is a great way to learn more about these delicious fruits and how to incorporate them into your diet.

This is part 2 of the last melon article.

🍈Cantaloupe Melon:

Shape: round or oval

Taste: sweet and aromatic

Season: summer

Origin: Europe (European variant) and America (American variant)

🍈Casaba Melon (Casaba Melon):

Shape: oval, acorn or round

Taste: sweet

Season: late summer to early winter

Origin: Persia

🍈Charentais Melon (Charentais Melon):

Shape: round or oval

Taste: sweet and aromatic

Season: summer to early autumn

Origin: France (Cavallon region)

🍈Crane Melon (crane melon):

Shape: pear shape

Taste: Juicy, sweet and aromatic

Seasons: Seasons change

Origin: Created by Oliver Crane, USA

🍈Crenshaw Melon (Crenshaw Melon):

Shape: Acorn or Oval

Taste: slightly sweet

Seasons: Seasons change

Origin: A cross between Casaba and Persian melons

🍈Cucamelon (little watermelon):

Shape: Similar to a watermelon, but the size of a grape

Taste: Sweeter cucumber flavor

Seasons: Seasons change

Origin: Mexico and Venezuela

🍈Galia Melon (Galiagua):

Shape: Round with mesh skin

Taste: Sweet and firm

Seasons: Seasons change

Origin: Southeast Asia (Israel)

🍈Gac Melon (rambutan melon):

Shape: round or oval, barbed

Taste: light, similar to cucumber

Seasonal: Limited supply, grown annually

Origin: Southeast Asia

🍈Hami Melon

Shape: Colorful in appearance, usually round

Taste: Crunchy and Sweet

Season: summer and dry periods

Place of Origin: Hami, Xinjiang, ChinaIt’s really a lot, it’s really hard to sort out.

The next part will continue. You can see the first picture of the previous part for the pictures, basically in that order