mango varieties

Alphonso / Badami

Mangoes available during mid-July, Alphonso Mangoes are internationally loved for their sunshine yellow appearance and delightful taste. Named after Afonso de Albuquerque, this voluptuous king of the mangoes is one of the most consumed varieties of mangoes in India among mango lovers. Ratnagiri and its neighbouring regions in Maharashtra are known to be one of the finest and exclusive hotspots for mango-lovers, widely famous for their Alphonso mangoes.

Banginapalli

Safeda or Banganpali or Benishan Mango is a popular fruit in several regions in Andhra Pradesh; especially in Banganpalle town, which is evident from its name. Often called as ‘The King of Mangoes in South India’, this fruit is significantly larger than other varieties of mangoes commonly sold mid-season in the market and on average weighs about 350 – 400 grams. Exhibiting meaty texture, the thin and firm skin of this mango is sweet in taste and lacks fibre. Moreover, Safeda Mango is known to be rich in Vitamin A and C so it is good for health.

Banginapalli

Safeda or Banganpali or Benishan Mango is a popular fruit in several regions in Andhra Pradesh; especially in Banganpalle town, which is evident from its name. Often called as ‘The King of Mangoes in South India’, this fruit is significantly larger than other varieties of mangoes commonly sold mid-season in the market and on average weighs about 350 – 400 grams. Exhibiting meaty texture, the thin and firm skin of this mango is sweet in taste and lacks fibre. Moreover, Safeda Mango is known to be rich in Vitamin A and C so it is good for health.

Malgova

Malgoa or Mulgoba mangoes are known for their almost round shape and surprisingly thick skin. Mostly grown around parts of Tamil Nadu especially Salem, in its peak season of July and August, the Malgoa mango is big and rich in pulp and juice. It is generally considered to be one of the best mango varieties in the world.

Mallika

Known for its exceptional sweetness with tinges of honey, citrus and melon, Mallika Mangoes are a hybrid of Neelam and Dasheri mangoes. Usually available in the markets relatively later than other mangoes during June and July, these mangoes are high quality fiberless orange-ish coloured fruit.

Mallika

Known for its exceptional sweetness with tinges of honey, citrus and melon, Mallika Mangoes are a hybrid of Neelam and Dasheri mangoes. Usually available in the markets relatively later than other mangoes during June and July, these mangoes are high quality fiberless orange-ish coloured fruit.

Neelam

Although grown in almost all parts of India, the tastiest and distinct variety of Neelam mangoes comes from the state of Andhra Pradesh during May and July. Compared to other mangoes, Neelam Mangoes have a specific sweet smell and are usually smaller with the mangoes being a bit on the orange side of colour.

Raspuri

Predominantly cultivated in the southern state of Karnataka across Bangalore, Kolar, Ramanagara and more during May and June, Raspuri Mangoes are an extremely popular variety of mangoes. Distinguished by its oval shape and its skin which is almost inedible, the Raspuri Mango can beat any other mango in terms of taste and juice per fruit if cultivated and harvested at the right time. 

WOW FACT: Srinivaspur in Kolar is nicknamed as the Mango City of India as over 63 species of mangoes are found here. It is also the biggest producer of mangoes in Karnataka.

Raspuri

Predominantly cultivated in the southern state of Karnataka across Bangalore, Kolar, Ramanagara and more during May and June, Raspuri Mangoes are an extremely popular variety of mangoes. Distinguished by its oval shape and its skin which is almost inedible, the Raspuri Mango can beat any other mango in terms of taste and juice per fruit if cultivated and harvested at the right time. 

WOW FACT: Srinivaspur in Kolar is nicknamed as the Mango City of India as over 63 species of mangoes are found here. It is also the biggest producer of mangoes in Karnataka.

Sindura / Honey mango

Sendura mango also known as honey mango due to its tatse and nature. The pulp of the fruit is very soft and melts in the mouth. Senthoora name is derieved from sindhura flower, a popular flower in and around Tamil Nadu which is mild reddish in color.

Totapuri

The electronic city of India, Bangalore, is famous for its Totapuri mangoes, also known as Bangalora or Sandersha mangoes. The city’s medium-sized greenish yellow mangoes are a mango-lovers delight! Available from May to July, Totapuri is also one of the significant varieties of mangoes in our country with a distinct taste and aroma!

Totapuri

The electronic city of India, Bangalore, is famous for its Totapuri mangoes, also known as Bangalora or Sandersha mangoes. The city’s medium-sized greenish yellow mangoes are a mango-lovers delight! Available from May to July, Totapuri is also one of the significant varieties of mangoes in our country with a distinct taste and aroma!

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