Mangoes are botanically known as Mangifera indica
They originate from Kenya coastline.
The fruits are medium sized and round in shape and are firmly attached to the tree branches. They have a yellow to orange to red color when ripe.
The skin is usually smooth and thin and juicy yellow-orange flesh with excellent flavor with a texture ranging from fibrous to almost the consistency of butter.
Apple mango flesh taste sweet, fresh and emits a nice, sweet fragrance.
They are coastline cultivator and other medium altitude locations.
It is large and slender with hook-like peak on the tip. The fruit grows from a greenish-yellow background color with some red blush as it matures to orange when ripe. It has deep yellow flesh very juicy, very sweet and great flavor, good quality and free from fiber
Kent mangoes are of large oval shape. When unripe, flesh will be firm and crunchy inside, slightly bitter or acidic.
They are available in large quantities between Octobers to February in Kenya.
Thanks to their texture and very sweet flavor, Kent mangoes are commonly used for juicing and drying. They are also widely used in baking.
Long mangoes are long, thin-shaped. It has thin, smooth skin. The flesh contains very few fibers and are usually green in color when unripe and it has tart taste.
Long mangoes turns from green to yellow when ripe and usually very sweet.