The Dayri is a semi-dry date from southern Iraq, named for Dayr, a place where a convent is located. Therefore it is called “The Monastery date.” It was first imported in 1913, but due to special care required to produce high quality fruit, it never became an important commercial variety. Its fruit is almost black when ripe, long and slender, and the flesh is soft and the flavor distinctive.
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