Rambai – It is a very common and popular fruit in Bangladesh. A low-growing tree, ordinarily to 30 or 40, generally growing to 9 to 12 meters in height with a short trunk and a broad crown. Mostly grown in home gardens as an ornamental and found in the wild.
Rambai is favored for its sweet and sour flavor and is consumed fresh. Underneath the skin, the flesh is typically divided into 3-5 segments and has a smooth, delicate surface that contains a juicy, slippery, and translucent white pulp.
The pulp is sweet to acid in taste. They may be eaten raw or cooked or made into jam or wine. The tree is also used for shade and low-quality wood.