This is a rare and delicious find won't be around for long.
The golden dragonfruit not to be confused with yellow pitaya. It doesn't have spines, but instead, the thick skin is covered in the same soft scales as the red-skinned varieties. The fleshy protrusions growing outwards from the surface of the fruit are tipped with green. Within the fruit is a dense, translucent to white flesh speckled with numerous small, black edible seeds.
Sweeter than the pink or white flesh variety, Golden dragonfruit offers a crisp, juicy texture with a sweet, tropical flavour and floral hints.