Alphonso:

The king of all mangoes for its richest flavours that captures each of our taste buds. The skin of alphonso appears bright golden yellow with tinge of red while its flesh is saffron coloured.

The flesh has a rich creamy tender texture with a splash of sweetness.

 

Kesar:

This mango cultivar is known for its mouthwatering bright orange coloured pulp. The pulp has a juicy texture with a heavenly taste and aroma which is sure to smoothen your soul

 

Banganapalli:

This mango variety is produced in banaganapalli Kurnool district. It has a distinct shape which resembles a parrot’s beak and it accounts for the largest production amongst the varied mangoes. It has a subtle sweetness with tickles down your throat.

 

Neelam:

Neelam mangoes are grown in many areas in India and they are usually found in abundance in the month of June. This mango is large in size and oblong shaped with a pointed base and golden yellow colour. They are known for their beautiful shape, taste and divine floral aroma

 

Imam pasand:

Exclusive mango cultivar grown in Andhra Pradesh, Tamil Nadu and Telangana states in India. They appear large with mottled green that lightens to blotched yellow green as it ripens. The uniqueness of this mango lies in the fact that it reveals a tangy outer layer that hides the sweet flesh inside.Indeed, these mangoes are great for milkshakes.

 

Amrapali:

Amrapali is a hybrid variety of Neelam and Dasheri mango. The flesh is deep orange red in colour and it has a rich sweetness with a mild flavour.

Quick tip – it is best had by tearing off the tip skin and sucking the sweet pulpy juice (feels like heaven on earth!)

 

Totapuri:

Also known as Ginimoothi which literally translates to parrot face. The skin of the fruit is thick and green, yellow or a combination of these colours. The pulp has a rich romantic flavour with the right blend of sweetness and acidity which perfectly suits for making pickles, jams drinks, puddings etc. Its best relished with that dash of chilli powder and salt.

 

Raspuri:

Extremely popular variety in south Indian states. It is oval in shape about 4-6 inches and the pulp has a warm sweet taste with rich aromatic flavour making it suitable for conversion to juices, jams, bakery fillings, ice-creams and yogurt.

 

Sindhura:

One of the early lots from the mango season sindhura is also known as honey mango because of its extreme sweetness and flavour. It Is distinct in its appearance with pleasing reds and greens amongst the golden skin.

 

Malgova :

A round mango which retains its green skin even when ripe while the florida variety is more yellowish with some crimson blush. It is roundish oblique with a blunt apex with a comparatively small seed inside. The flesh of this fruit is fibreless and soft and has a flavour that is rich, spicy and sweet.

This mango is indeed in great demand among the mango lovers for its rich flavour

Mallika :

It is a hybrid of neelam and dasheri mango. It is a high quality fibreless orange fruit. This fruit has a distinct citrus, melon and honey notes and is exceptionally sweet. It has strong floral bouquet and leaves a floral aftertaste. It is  largely consumed in Karnataka.

Dasheri :

Dasheri mango is long and oval shaped with light yellowish green skin when matured and it is also sweetest and fragrant variety. Which is largely grown in northern part of India.

Rumani :

Rumani is an apple shaped mango, skin is thin and juicy in texture.

 

Kalapad :

Kalapad are medium sized mangoes, these mango turns reddish yellow when fully riped. They are famous for their pulpy succulent taste.

Raw/Nati mango :

Raw mangoes are usually used for chutneys and Pickles.