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46 Different Types of Mangos

A collage of different types of mangos.

Whenever someone mentions ‘fruit,’ what comes to my mind is ‘mango’! It took me some time before I admitted that a banana, avocado, thorn melon, and the like are also fruits. Why? The taste of mango fruit is one of its kind.

It’s hard to beat! Its sweetness makes me forget whether there is any other existing fruit. That’s why the mango fruit is known as the king of fruits. The mango originated from India.

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Mangoes are of different types. Let’s get to know them!

1. Graham

Mangoes for sale on the street.

Graham is an aromatic, sweet, fibreless mango fruit with rough skin. This mango has its origin in Trinidad, from the Julie mango seedling. Graham is oval-shaped. When ripening, it turns yellow.

2. Valencia Pride

It is a juicy and sweet mango with a smooth and fibreless yellow flesh. It’s a very long, large, curved-shaped fruit with a yellow skin cover and a reddish tint.

3. Sein Ta Lone

Another name for Sein is diamond solitaire mango. The Sein flavor is sweet, and its flesh has a juicy, fruity aroma and is less fibrous. Sein is among the common varieties in Myanmar. Its availability is only two months yearly.

4. Kesar

Ripe Kesar mangoes with droplet of waters.

Among the largest mango variety exports in India, Kesar ranks second. Kesar is grown in Gujrat hill – Girnar, India. You can use its fruit in making different juices and desserts as well. Its availability is from May to July.

5. Dasheri

Dasheri mango is curved in shape. It turns yellow-green when ripening. It’s aromatic and sweet with a peach-colored pulp and fibrous flesh. Lucknow is leading in producing this variety. Its availability is from mid-May to August.

6. Chausa

Chausa mangoes stack on the store.

Chausa mangoes are found in Hardoi, North India, but their roots are in Multan, Pakistan. Its savor is sweet, and it has little fiber. You can eat this fruit by sucking it.

7. Bombay Green

You can get this mango in the northern region of the Indian subcontinent. Bombay has a sweet, aromatic savor and fibreless flesh. It displays a Spanish green peel.

8. Langra

Two ripe mangoes on a white background.

This mango is found in the Northern Indian sub-continent. Its flesh is rich in fibers. It has a sweet and juicy taste.

9. Neelam

This is a unique mango because you can get it whenever you want. It’s available all year round! However, you’ll get the tastiest ones in June, when monsoons appear.

Another good thing with Neelam is that you can grow them wherever you are. It does well on all continents of the world. Neelam is sweet and with semi-hard, juicy, and fibreless flesh.

10. Banganpalli/Safeda

This fruit is known as ‘Chok Anan’ or ‘chocanon’, and it’s native to India, Bangladesh, Pakistan, and Thailand. Like ‘honey mango,’ Safeda is common and produces fruit twice a year.

11. Badam Mango

Badam Mango on a wooden table.

Badam is a big, big-sized, juicy, and sweet yellow fruit. It has a hard yellow-colored flesh with no fiber.

Badam counts among the most consumed mango fruits in India.

12. Totapuri

Totapuri mango has a unique shape. It has oblong and golden yellow pointed ends. Its taste is sour and sweet with hard, fibreless flesh.

13. Sindhri

This fruit is very tasty. Its flesh has deep yellow skin. It comes from Pakistan, the Sindh region. Sindhri has a distinct fragrance and is listed among the best mangoes worldwide. 

14. Amrapali

This is a Neelam and Dasheri mango hybrid created in 1971. Amrapali is grown everywhere in India, on orchards and farms. Its fruit is sweet, and its flesh is orange-red with average fibers.

15. Raspuri

Raspuri is also known as the ‘Queen of Mangoes’ in India. This fruit gives a warm, sweet savor, but sometimes it can be tart. Raspuri portrays sweet, bright yellow flesh and yellowish-red skin. When you apply it to the yogurts and jams, it offers a smooth texture and tastes good.

16. Anwar Ratol

This mango is native to Nepal, Pakistan, and Northern India. It’s excellently sweet with a smooth pulp and a firm yellow flesh. Anwar Ratol is popular for its amazing silky textures.

17. Himsagar

Himsagar mangoes on the tree.

Himsagar comes from West Bengal and Orissa. It’s very sweet and has green flesh with a creamy, yellow pulp. Its main use is to make desserts and shakes. Himsagar weighs between 250 – 350gm.

18. Malgoba

This mango is round-oblique with a juicy, fragrant, and excellent taste. Its flesh is light yellow with a very small seed inside. It produces fruit between May and June in Karnataka and Tamil Nadu. Malgoba weighs 4300-500 gm.

19. Pairi/Paheri

Pairi is related to Safeda mango, and it’s among the first mango varieties in Indian markets. Pairi is juicy, sweet, and sour, with bright, smooth, and yellow-colored fibreless flesh. You’ll recognize Pairi mango by its reddish tinge. Paheri is used for making aamras in Gujarat.

20. Lakshmanbhog

Lakshmanbhog is a juicy, sweet fruit with a yellow-orangish skin and a firm yellow-orange, juicy flesh. You can nurture this mango in West Bengal. Lakshmanbhog brings fruits in June and July

The exportation of Lakshmanbhog mango (from India to the United States) is done yearly. 

21. Imam Pasand

Imam Pasand mango on a woven basket.

Imam Pasand can be nurtured in Andhra Pradesh, Telangama, and Tamil Nadu regions. Its flavor is incredibly tasty and juicy. It has thick skin, a soft pulp, and creamy, fibreless flesh. Its fruit is available in May and June.

22. Mallika

Mallika is an extremely sweet mango. Its flavor has honey, melon, and citrus hints. It has orange-colored, fibreless flesh. Mallika is a Neelam and Dasheri hybrid mango.

23. Mankurad

Mankurad is a pulpy, juicy, and sweet mango. It has a tiny seed and a firm, pulpful yellow, fibreless flesh. 

Mankurad is among the most common mangoes in Goa. It’s sweeter than the popular Alphonso mangos. Mankurad is a mid-season fruit.

24. Vanraj

Vanraj mango piled up on the store.

Vanraj has a juicy, sour, and very sweet taste. Its flesh is a brilliant yellow, with red-tinged skin. Vanraj

is blushing pink on the inside. Its shape resembles an egg, and it’s mostly sold in Gujarat.

25. Gulab Khaas

Gulab Khaas has a sweet, delectable, and rosy savor, with pink/red skin and a smooth yellow, fibreless flesh. Gulab Khaas mango is small, and you can get it in West Bengal, Jharkhand, and Bihar.

26. Kilichundan

Kilichundan fruit looks like a bird’s beak. It is fragrant and sweet, with smooth and greenish-yellow flesh. Kilichundan mangos are extremely large. If you want to buy them, you’ll get them only in considerable quantities in South India regions.

27. Rumani

Heap of Rumani mango on the store.

Rumani is juicy and exceptionally sweet, with smooth flesh and greenish-yellow skin. Even when it ripens, it remains greenish-yellow. Its physical appearance may not be pleasant, but when you taste this fruit, you may not long for any other! It’s more of honey than a fruit! Consider Rumani mango if you like sugary fruits.

28. Nan Dok Mai

This mango is fleshy and thick with a sweet fragrance. It’s among the common mangoes in Thailand.

29. Khieo Sawoei Sampran

This mango is hard, sweet, and crunchy. Due to its hard texture, you should eat it raw as a snack. But it’s also sweet when ripe. Are you the kind of person who spares money?

Khieo Sawoei Sampran is not the best option for you. Why? It is very expensive. It’s among the most costly mangoes in Thailand! Khieo Sawoei Sampran is harvested in October.

30. Tong Dam

This mango is soft, fibrous, but very sweet. Unlike other mango varieties, Tong Dam remains green even when fully ripe. This green outer skin prevents pests and insect attacks.

31. Mamuang Ok Rong

It is a sweet fibreless mango. It’s among the most popular mangoes in Thailand and carries a musky, tasty fragrance. If you prefer eating Mamuang Ok Rong, you should dish it with sticky rice. It gives an exceptional taste.

32. Ivory

Ivory mango fruit on the tree.

Ivory has bright yellow-colored flesh and average fiber; it’s very sweet. Ivory mango resembles a young elephant tusk. It’s among the most demanded mangoes in the markets of Thailand and China, and it’s ranked the best among the mango varieties worldwide.

33. Miyazaki

Did I mention any costly mango? Miyazaki surpasses all. It’s the costliest mango in the world. Miyazaki mango is named after Miyazaki city, where it’s grown. This expensive mango comes from Japan and is called ‘Eggs of the Sun.’

34. Carabao

Carabao mango hanging on the tree.

This mango has an aromatic, juicy, and very sweet flavor. Its flesh is rich yellow with a tender melting consistency. Carabao is from the Philippines, and it’s identified as the sweetest mango globally. Many people value and grow the Carabao mango tree in plenty because of its exotic savor.

35. Pico/Piko or Padero

Pico is a pale yellow, creamy, soft mango, not to forget its sweetness. It’s among the most popular grown mango varieties in the Philippines. Compared to Carabao mango, Pico is a bit flatter.

36. Pahutan/Pajo

A heap of Green Pajo on the hay.

Pajo is a pulpy and yellow mango, and it is very sweet indeed. Unlike most mango varieties, Pajo is not so popular commercially. It’s grown in the wild. Compared to Pico or Carabao mangoes, Pajo is smaller and fibrous.

37. Katchamita

Katchamita has firm and yellow flesh, green skin, and a sour and sweet taste. Katchamita mango is smaller and rounded compared to Carabao and Pico. You can eat Katchamita mango when green or unripe. It tastes good.

38. Number Eleven

Number Eleven has a sweet and pleasantly aromatic taste, with a firm, yellow flesh. Its shape and flavor make it extremely exceptional. However, this mango is not meant for everybody. Those who love Number Eleven mango prefer its juice. It’s so sweet; it quenches thirst more than pure water does!

39. Black/Blackie

This mango is very sweet, with yellow or green flesh. Though its skin is black-spotted, it’s edible. Blackie is unique because it’s the smallest of all the other mangoes.

40. Julie

Julie mango, also known as Julian, is loved by residents of Jamaica for its smooth surface and rich flavor. Julie’s mango is the color orange; it’s very juicy and sweet. It has non-fibrous flesh.

When ripened, you can find Julie in orange or green shades. You don’t have to wait until this mango ripens; have a bite when it’s about to ripen. It’s super delicious.

41. East Indian

Fresh and ripe East Indian mango.

This mango is yellow and fleshy, with a juicy and sharply sweet savor. When it ripens, the East Indian mango can be tempting. You may find yourself salivating just by looking at it on the tree. It’s appetizing. Indian mango fans rank it at the top in terms of class.

42. Irwin

Irwin is known as ‘Apple Mango’ due to its apple flavor. Irwin is grown in Taiwan, Australia, Japan, and Central America. It’s among the most successful selling varieties in Florida. Irwin has yellow non-fibrous flesh. When wholly ripened, this fruit is tremendously sweet.

43. Palmer

This mango has tender, orange-yellow flesh with average fibers. It’s juicy and sweet. When completely ripe, the palmer becomes yellow with a reddish tinge.

Palmer’s minimal fiber and tropical aroma make it the most famous. Did I mention the most delicious mango in the world? This is it. A mere physical look at a ripe Palmer mango may make you salivate.

44. Rainbow

Rainbow mango is golden yellow when ripe and has a flat seed. It has a tropical fragrance. This mango is non-fibrous and has a slight honey scent. It tastes very sweet and juicy.

45. Honey (Ataulfo)

This mango has tender, firm flesh, and it’s non-fibrous. It’s sour and sweet. When ripening, honey turns deep yellow with tiny wrinkles and develops a flat oblong shape. You can find honey mangoes in Brazil, Mexico, Ecuador, and Peru. These are the main sources.

46. Kent

A heap of Kent mango piled up.

Kent mango is sour and sweet. Its flesh is tender, tropical peachy and juicy with limited fiber. Kent is good when you dry or juice it. You’ll get Kent mango in Peru, Ecuador, and Mexico. Its availability is from December to February.


What types of mangoes are sold in the US?

  • Keitt Mangoes
  • Ataulfo Mangoes
  • Kent Mangoes
  • Alphonso Mangoes
  • Haitian Mangoes
  • Haden Mangoes
  • Tommy Atkins Mangoes

What are some mango overview (Facts)?

  • Mango fruit is growing in fame with an increase in sales of over 15% in 2020. Slicing a mango can be scary if you’ve never done it before; ensure to learn it first.
  • Mangoes contain vitamin A, which keeps your skin and eyes healthy and glowing.
  • Mangoes contain a vitamin C bunch, which acts as an immune-boosting antioxidant for fighting cancer.
  • Mangoes act as the blood pressure regulator. 
  • To maintain a healthy digestive system, consider eating mangoes daily, as they offer plenty of fiber.
  • Mangoes bruise easily, so keep them at a room temperature to avoid heaping 
  • All mangoes aren’t the same. Each type has its own taste. Using visible signage and labeling, they educate clients on those flavors.
  • Educate clients on how to differentiate a ripe mango from an unripe one.

Not only can mangoes serve as fruits, but they can also serve as food.

Here is how:

  • Mix mango with omelets. It produces a tropical savor.
  • Add mangoes to the green and fruit salad bar. The taste is wow.
  • Add mangoes to star-fried dishes. The flavor leaves you salivating for more.
  • Add mango to the ice cream. You’ll experience a flavorful topping
  • To sweeten the salsa, add mango to it.
  • Add mangoes to your tropical exhibition besides bananas, pineapple, or other soft fruits such as plums and peaches.