Bael fruit; a close relative of the citrus. The fruit is about the size of, and has the appearance of a greyish-yellow orange with a thin woody rind. The floury pulp is pale orange in colour and has numerous seeds. Dried slices are soaked and boiled and the resulting liquid sweetened and drunk. Used for medicinal purposes.
Calamondon of calamansi lime. A citrus fruit found in the Philippines though it is actually a hybrid and not found in the wild. Sour, small and round, it is often described as a cross between a tangerine or mandarin orange and a kumquat. It looks rather like a tangerine and is used to flavor foods and drinks