Devgad Alphonso Mango

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Description

Devgad alphonso mango has a name that tends to intimidate your mango cravings. This mango is GI tag certified and mango basket approved. Once you taste Devgad hapus, there’s no going back. These fresh, juicy hapus mangoes make a flavourful addition to your summer bucket list.

About Devgad Alphonso Mango

alphonso mango

Origin

A Portuguese explorer, Alfonso de Albuquerque, brought Alphonso mangoes to India. From Goa, mangoes traveled to places like Ratnagiri and southern regions. Growers brought grafts from Ratnagiri to Devgad in the early 19s and planted them in the uprooted existing trees of other species. It resulted the production of Devgad Alphonso mangoes.

  • Crowned as the king of Mangoes
  • Available from Mid-April to June
  • Cultivated in Devgad taluka area

Appearance

Devgad Alphonso mangoes are oval in shape and don’t taper at the end. The mangoes show color gradients of green and yellow. The skin doesn’t have wrinkles although overripe mangoes show wrinkles. They look soft to touch, and flesh is of saffron color. The mangoes have thin skin and can be peeled easily without the pulp sticking to the skin.

Taste

Devgad Alphonso mango are recognized by the extremely pleasant fruity smell and sweet taste. These mangoes are intensely aromatic, which is unnoticeable. When kept in a room, only one mango will fill the entire space with its natural aroma. With its smooth, non-fibrous, creamy, and sweet taste, the thick pulp makes it popular and unique.

Certification

Devgad Hapus is GI tag certified, The government of India has granted the GI tag to the Devgad Alphonso mango. It was done to identify the authenticity of this fruit.

alphonso mango

Origin

A Portuguese explorer, Alfonso de Albuquerque, brought Alphonso mangoes to India. From Goa, mangoes traveled to places like Ratnagiri and southern regions. Growers brought grafts from Ratnagiri to Devgad in the early 19s and planted them in the uprooted existing trees of other species. It resulted the production of Devgad Alphonso mangoes.

  • Crowned as the king of Mangoes
  • Available from Mid-April to June
  • Cultivated in Devgad taluka area

Appearance

Devgad Alphonso mangoes are oval in shape and don’t taper at the end. The mangoes show color gradients of green and yellow. The skin doesn’t have wrinkles although overripe mangoes show wrinkles. They look soft to touch, and flesh is of saffron color. The mangoes have thin skin and can be peeled easily without the pulp sticking to the skin.

Taste

Devgad Alphonso mango are recognized by the extremely pleasant fruity smell and sweet taste. These mangoes are intensely aromatic, which is unnoticeable. When kept in a room, only one mango will fill the entire space with its natural aroma. With its smooth, non-fibrous, creamy, and sweet taste, the thick pulp makes it popular and unique.

Certification

Devgad Hapus is GI tag certified, The government of India has granted the GI tag to the Devgad Alphonso mango. It was done to identify the authenticity of this fruit.

FAQS

The factors on which a Devgad alphonso mango can be identified are color, shape, aroma and taste.