Kesar Mango

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Description

Kesar mango is a popular mango type in India and it is a favourite mango type among Indians. Our kesar mango is GI tag certified and mango basket approved. Once you taste kesar mango, then there’s no going back. These fresh, juicy kesar mangoes make a flavourful addition to your summer fruits bucket list.

About Kesar Mango

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Origin

Kesar mangoes were grown in 1931 by Junagadh Wazir Sale Bhai when about seventy five grafts were planted on the foothills of Girnar at the farm of Junagadh Laal Dori. The grafting led to the production of the Kesar mangoes. The term Kesar was given by the nawab of Junagadh Muhammad Mahabat Khan III in 1934 due to these mangoes’ color.

  • Mostly grown in parts of Gujarat
  • The mango has a good shelf life
  • Called the ‘Gir Kesar’ mango

Appearance

The Kesar mango has a round shape with a distinct curve at the bottom. These mangoes are relatively small in comparison with other mangoes. The color of the skin is dull, mottled yellow with a green tinge when unripe. The flesh is of deep yellow to orange color and medium-sized stone. The skin is thin and has little wrinkles with less fiber.

Taste

Kesar mangoes, called the queen of mangoes, have a smooth and mild flavor with intense sweetness. They have a sweet fragrance when they are at peak conditions. They have a slight acid taste when they are less ripe or unmatured. The fruit is ready for eating when the fruit has a tender flesh with an overall softness coming from the thin skin.

Certification

Our Kesar Mango is GI tag certified, The government of India has granted the GI tag to the Kesar mango in 2011. It was done to identify the authenticity of this fruit.

Our kesar mangoes are 100% residue free as well as organic certified, we don’t use any chemicals to ripen them or improve their size or quality.

We believe in organic fruits and its eco-system.

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Origin

Kesar mangoes were grown in 1931 by Junagadh Wazir Sale Bhai when about seventy five grafts were planted on the foothills of Girnar at the farm of Junagadh Laal Dori. The grafting led to the production of the Kesar mangoes. The term Kesar was given by the nawab of Junagadh Muhammad Mahabat Khan III in 1934 due to these mangoes’ color.

  • Mostly grown in parts of Gujarat
  • The mango has a good shelf life
  • Called the ‘Gir Kesar’ mango

Appearance

The Kesar mango has a round shape with a distinct curve at the bottom. These mangoes are relatively small in comparison with other mangoes. The color of the skin is dull, mottled yellow with a green tinge when unripe. The flesh is of deep yellow to orange color and medium-sized stone. The skin is thin and has little wrinkles with less fiber.

Taste

Kesar mangoes, called the queen of mangoes, have a smooth and mild flavor with intense sweetness. They have a sweet fragrance when they are at peak conditions. They have a slight acid taste when they are less ripe or unmatured. The fruit is ready for eating when the fruit has a tender flesh with an overall softness coming from the thin skin.

Certification

Our Kesar Mango is GI tag certified, The government of India has granted the GI tag to the Kesar mango in 2011. It was done to identify the authenticity of this fruit.

Our kesar mangoes are 100% residue free as well as organic certified, we don’t use any chemicals to ripen them or improve their size or quality.

We believe in organic fruits and its eco-system.

FAQS

Originally the kesar mango is grown in the foothills of Girnar in Gujarat and that is why kesar mango is also called as gir kesar.