60sen – Calamondin (Limau Kasturi) (Citrus microcarpa)

Calamansi lime in Malay is called “limau kasturi”
Calamondin is a fruit tree in the family Rutaceae that was developed in and is very popular throughout Southeast Asia.

Sheet: 20 x 60sen

60sen – Kaffir Lime (Limau Purut) (Citrus hystrix)

Kaffir lime leaves have a lingering yet delicate citrus flavour. The rind of the fruit is slightly bitter. Both leaves and rind quickly lose their flavour when dried, so it’s best to use fresh if available.

Sheet: 20 x 60sen

60sen – Key Lime (Limau Nipis)

“Limau Nipis” is reported to be native to South East Asia countries. It has been introduced through the Middle East countries, North Africa and finally to other tropical and sub-tropical of North America and Mexico. In Malaysia, the ‘Limau Nipis’ is commonly planted for its fruits which are normally used in Malaysian cooking.

Sheet: 20 x 60sen

RM6 Miniature Sheet – Pomelo (Limau Bali)

Pomelo is originally from Malaysia and one of the best fruits of South East Asia. Pomelo is believed to be an ancestor of grapefruit, rounded with a rather thick skin and most stable of all citrus varieties in storage which have more endurance for both long storage period and export. Furthermore, it also rich with vitamin A, B1, and C from its juicy pulp. In Malaysia, pomelo fruit also called as limau bali, pummelo, limau betawi, shaddock or limau besar which belongs to family of Rutaceae.
(International Food Research Journal (2015)