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Date: 9 Nov 2018, Entry id: 1541750162-1
Taste of Mango
Mango harvest season is over, and now it's the time to plant young Mango trees for the next year season of flowering and fruiting. When choosing a mango tree, researching your location for proper growing conditions is relatively easy. But refining your decision-making process based on the taste of mango is both easy and fun (and filling)! However, since it is often difficult to find a convenient source for sampling a wide variety of mango fruits; we at Top Tropicals sat down and tasted a handful of varieties for you... Just another opinion on taste!
Pickering - Sweet, juicy, fiberless, with a hint of an apricot fragrance. (A universal favorite amongst the group.)
Nam Doc Mai - A slightly fibrous marmalade-like texture, with a sweet and floral flavor.
Cogshall - Very little fiber with a slightly tart and piney flavor.
Florigon - A mild, even flavor. Not too sweet, not too tart, and fiberless.
Mallika - A fiberless cantaloupe-like consistency. Slightly tart, with some semblance to non-acidic orange juice.
Valencia Pride - Slightly fibrous, with a tangy near citrus flavor.
Glenn - Very mild flavor, less sweet compared to other varieties, but very refreshing.
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