When Buying these Try to go for slightly Curved Ones
The mango was most probably first cultivated in Varanasi, India. Since the owner of the tree had, unfortunatezly, some problems with his legs, the mango came to be known as “Langra.” Langra maintains its green colour even after it’s ripe, while other mangoes change into a yellow-reddish colour. Langra’s flesh is fiber-less, yellowish brown and has a strong smell when ripe. The distinctive feature of Langra is that it is medium-sized, naturally very sugary, soft, and the seed is small and oval. It usually hits markets in mid-July to August
This mango originated from Rahim Yar Khan and Multan. Muslim Suri Emperor, Sher Shah Suri named it “Chaunsa”. The Chaunsa mango of Pakistan is one of the most loved types of mangoes across the world. It is an exceptionally juicy, deliciously soft mango with a wonderful fragrance, minimum fibre, and succulent flesh. Chaunsa has quite a thick stone. And the flesh is reasonably light yellow. Its ripening season is June-August, and it keeps on delighting until late September.
The mango owes its existence to Anwar-ul-Haq, a man who first cultivated it in a village named Rataul near Baghpat district in Uttar Pradesh, India. As of now, Anwar Ratool or Anwar Ratol is extensively are in the Punjab province of Pakistan. The mango contains its rich flavour all over the world. It has a delightful and distinctive taste. Its peak season is from mid-July to August.
It ripens in September and is a unique breed of mango. As for the story behind the name is that, a widow by the name of Fajri who lived in the city of Malda, Bihar. She inherited a tree which grew these mangoes from her forefathers and therefore it was named so. The skin of this mango is pale, and the pulp is fibreless. Fajri has its sweet taste and exceptionally rare texture.
Sindhri is a leading variety of mango from Sindh with its origins in Mir Pur Khas. A large, oval-shaped mango which is extremely sugary, low in fibre, and highly aromatic. For many, Sindhri mango is the epitome of taste and texture in mangoes
Dussehri traces its roots back to the gardens of the Nawab of Lucknow in the 18th century. Mouth-watering and lip-smacking, the mango has the juiciest and sweet pulp with an exquisite taste and delightful aroma. For instance, you can soften the mango by pressing it lightly with your fingertips beforehand. The sweet syrup leaves you wanting more even after having 2 or 3 in one go.
White Chaunsa is late mango cultivar that is considered one of best in term of sweetness, aroma and flavor. for years Chaunsa considered as best export variety from Pakistan due to its longer shelf life from rest of varieties. White Chaunsa grown in Punjab mostly in Multan region