accessible taste


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It's a movie about South America apricot, or Mammea Americana,
and at some point, narrator says,
"It’s a fruit with a very accessible taste."

What might he mean with "accessible taste" here.
A very clear taste, something too prominent or what?

Thank you
  • cyberpedant

    Senior Member
    English USA, Northeast, NYC
    Some fruits which are commonly eaten in a given culture are unfamiliar to people of other cultures, and may require some "getting used to" before they are considered tasty. A fruit with an "accessible taste" (as I understand this uncommon phrase) is one that, while unfamiliar, will be considered enjoyable by most people.
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