I've been to the Bankerohan Public Market and was delighted to see an abundant display of lanzones fruit. The price is just 35-40 per kilo. Wow! Affordable. I'm just wondering why it is abundant this time of the year when the usual harvest time or season of Lanzones is in August to September, just in time for the Kadayawan festival - festival of abundant blessings, of abundant harvest. Is this an effect of the global warming? It could be. Weather is becoming unpredictable and El Niño and La Niña seasons can be sporadic in different months of the year making fruit harvest not in it's usual time. Nevertheless, I'm still delighted of the abundance of lanzones and my gastronomic cravings for it will finally be satisfied:).