Rambutan White Tencel Bucket Hat
A cheeky pair of hairy, red rambutans, painted in a vibrant and breezy 1970’s airbrush style. The bizarre and hairy red fruit seems more like something out of a folktale rather than anything grown in nature. Rambutan trees naturally grow throughout southern Asia and are native to Indonesia and Malaysia. The name ‘rambut’ means ‘hair’ in Malay. The spiky red skin of the fruit contains a delicious, translucent flesh with a sweet-tart flavour. The rambutan is also known as the ‘hairy lychee’ as it looks and tastes very similar on the inside, but the outside is completely different. Includes; Cream / Multi Tencel & Cotton Fabric, & Original Artwork - A sweet and cheeky pair of Rambutan. Limited Edition of 100. Made in Bali, Indonesia. For Every Item Sold We Plant 3 Trees.
Tencel Twill Fabric 60% Tencel 40% Cotton ethically produced by Lenzing