Alphonso Mango in Goa
The rising heatwave with a scorching summer beginning in March is the onset for Alphonso mango in Goa.
Goan culture is uniquely related to enjoying the delicious variety of mangoes like moving anywhere else.
A mango introduced by Portugal duke Afonso de Albuquerque near about of Goa is a very adorable fruit here in Goa.
Afonso introduced this fruit variety nearly 400 years ago to the world as a King of fruits.
Despite Mangoes having grown in India since 6000 years ago, mangoes were less famous than they are now in Goa.
Afonso, who conquered Goa and made it the first Portugal colony developed this variety of mangoes to send these mangoes back to Portugal in the Columbian food exchange.
Goa and nearby areas like Devgad, Sindhudurga, and Ratnagiri were the perfect climatic and red soil conditions to cultivate Alphonso mango trees. These started a new love story between the Goan people and mangoes.
Mango in Goa specific Goa Mango name
This scorching summer with excellent climatic conditions comes with its generous share of sweat, minerals, heat, and curses with nearing sea breeze. There are lots of other juicy and chilled mangoes during sweltering summer-like:
Alphonso Mango Afonso
King of Mangoes worldwide with a soft juicy sweet, tender pulp, the Goa Alphonso mango is disappearing nowadays.
And it is preferred at present by Goan people with Ratnagiri Alphonso Mango and Devgad Alphonso Mango, known for its richness and beautiful mesmerizing texture with very less fiber, lower than 3% of the whole fruit.
Our Alphonso Mangoes come with an Indian Government-approved Geographical Indication Tag, hand-harvested by our expert team.
Naturally ripened without applying any chemicals; hence they are chemical and carbide free.
These mangoes are grown in the mango orchard trees, fed with the natural mulching method of cow dung, vegetation waste, honey, and cow urine and food waste, which are composted and put in the roots of the mango tree before the monsoon.
A synonym for Alphonso Mango in Goa is Goa Alfonso, Hapoos, Hapus, Apps, Apus, Afons, Alfonso, or Goa Apps.
Alphonso Mango is popularly referred to as Hapus or Hapoos in Maharashtra, Gujarat & Goa, and Goa as Hapoos Ambo or Afonso in the Konkani language.
This fruit is known as a National obsession during summer.
Goa Mankurad Amo!
One of Goa tops most loved mango varieties after Hapoos Amo! Popularly this Mango is called Khurad, Malcorado, Goa Mankur, Corado, and more names.
Portugals named this Mango Malcorado. A red-colored mango is called weak color.
Slowly Malcorado was transformed into Mankurad Amo! (Amo! means Mango) in Konkani, a Goan language.
Goa Malgesh Amo!
A prevalent variety of north Goa Portugals named this Mango Malgesh because it was difficult for them to digest, so they used this fruit as a Table fruit.
It comes in different sizes, quality, and color varieties.
There are two Variations in Malgesh Amo Goan name or Malgesh Mango.
Akno Malgesh – High grade in Malgesh
Khand Malgesh: Lower grade comes with thick skin on the Mango.
A synonym for Malgesh is Akno Malgesh, Malgess, Khand Malgesh, Malgessa, Malgeush, Malgueso, and Malgesta.
Goa Culas Amo (Mango)!
Well, a known variety of mangoes in Goa, grown at low heights and used generally as Table fruit, is not sweet but has a peculiar tangy flavor.
The Goa Culas Amo is not so preferred due to its tangy taste and lesser sweetness. It is available in variable variations.
Goa Bishop Mango (Bishop Amo)
With limited cultivation in North Goa, they are typically consumed as the home tree, only available at very cheap rates.
Harvesting of this Mango was done at the end of May with average quality. It is large and very susceptible to rotting inside, used primarily in a pickle because of its sour aftertaste.
Synonyms for this Mango are Bispo and Bisma. It was inspired by the size of the Mango, which looks like the big belly of a Bishop!
Hilario Mango from Goa
Hilario Mango is named after one farmer, Hilario Fernandes of Siolim village in the Bardez taluka of Goa.
This tree was reported on Hilario farm; hence it is called Hilario.
These mangoes arrive late in May and are available till July. It fetches a reasonable price in the local market as it is a bit more sweet Mango than others.
Hence Hilario (Mangilal) Amo is very much in demand in the market when no other suitable mango varieties are available in July.
A synonym for Hilario Mango or Hilario Amo, which was slowly changed named in Konkani, is Mang Hilario, Mangilar, Manghilar, and Mangilal.
Mussarat Amo (Mussarat Mango) of Goa
Mussarat Amo Variety is used for sweet pickles; Mango jam, called Konkani as Mangaad or Mangada (Goan Mango Jam), is used in some processed food products.
It is North Goa produce, Mussarat mango, named after the Bardez taluka of Goa, where it originated or is found. It inhibits a bright red color when the fruit is immature.
A Synonyms for Mussarat Amo (Mussarat Mango) or Monserrate de Bardez
Fernandin Mango (Fernandin Amo) of Goa
Fernandina Mango is a variety that does not get spoiled due to fruit flies and heavy rains.
Originated from Bombay and was planted and cultivated in Goa. They delayed flowering and fruiting mangoes, during which harvesting season starts in June.
Fernandina Mango is the only Mango in Goa that has more consistent pulp than others.
Fernandina Mango is mostly used as table fruit, yellow fruit with a tangy reddish shade on the shoulders.
A Synonym of Fernandina Mango is Fernandina
Xavier Mango of Goa
Xavier mango is one of the famous mangos in Goa, a Tasty and Juicy variety planted across Goa.
You will find Xavier mango near their house from North Goa to South Goa.
Xavier Mango has two varieties of mangoes Fibrous and less Fibrous.
Other varieties available in Goa are Payari, Chaunsa, Totapuri, Himsagar, Dasheri, Badami, and more mango variants, which are household names and in your garden in Goa.
During the summer, the only very best kind of variety, which is always commended as a king, is the royal king Alphonso Mango!
Mango Plantation in Goa
Since Goa is plentiful with fertile land and variations of nature like the Ghats and Sea, many plantations with mangoes exist.
But there are many hard rocks in the Goan ground.
Hence, various efforts are taken to blast rocks and refill the blasted area of rock with soil and other materials.
Still, there is lots of plantation of Bishop, Hilario, Malgesh, Mankurad, Culas, Xavier, Mussarat, Fernandina, and much more. Again, now a day's Alphonso Mango is vanishing from Goa.
Mango season in Goa
Mango season in Goa starts around April and ends nearly in July with the help of other mangoes.
But still, you can order Fresh, Juicy, tasty sweet delight of authentic Alphonso Mango Online in Goa with us.
Alphonso Mango in Goa
Alphonso Mango Goa delivery is done by our Logistics team, which starts directly from our farms in Ratnagiri and Devgad.
This Mango box comes with love from our farmers and accompanies a Geographical Indication certificate, which the Government of India issues. Mangoes are cleaned and sorted as per the size and packed for delivery to your home.
They are carried directly to Goa Mapusa and Panjim by roads in semi-ripe conditions and further distributed in Agonda, Aldona, Anjuna, Arambol, Bagha, Bambolim, Bardez, Benaulim, bicholim, Bogmalo, Calangute, Canacona, Candolim, Cavelossim, Chimbel, cuncolim, Dabolim, Goa Velha, Karapur, Majorda, Mandrem, Mapusa, Margao, Monjim, Mormugao, Palolem, parcem, Parvoirim, Pernem, Ponda, Quepem, Reis Magos, Salcele, saligao, Sancoale, Sanguem, Sanquelim, Satari, St Cruz, Taleigao, Vagator, Valpoi, Varca, Vasco Da Gama, and Vodlemol. Further, the nearby Goa region also includes the North part of Karwar and Karnataka.
Mango Festival in Goa
The Mango Festival is a fantastic event for hunting tasty mangoes for all mango lovers in Goa.
Goa Agriculture's directorate arranged the Mango festival in Goa, which was retained along with the Konkan fruit festival.
There is always a range of Local mangoes grown like Bishop, Hilario, Malgesh, Mankurad, Culas, Xavier, Mussarat, Fernandina, and Alphonso Mango over there. Mancurado can order here.
There is an exhibition on new farming technology along with multiple mango varieties.
But for your love of Hapoos Amo, a Ratnagiri Alphonso mango, and Devgad Alphonso Mango, you need to order online with us.
Ratnagiri Hapus and Devgad Hapus globally considered the highest grade of the king of fruit.
Because of mangoes' sweetness, richness, and lesser or minimal fiber with a creamy texture, Aroma, and sweet, tangy flavor.
You can also order Alphonso Mango pulp online with us by clicking some buttons on your mobile or Laptop.
Now you can taste Amrakhand (Mango shrikhand), or Mango Sasav, made of raw mangoes. Ripe mango curry, Mango ice cream, Amaechi Uddamethi, Ambe Upakari, Alphonso Angoori Basundi.
There are multiple other cuisines Alamo Lassi (mango lassi), Mango iced tea, Mango Mastani, Mango Milkshake, Mango cotta Panna, Mango Kulfi, Mango Kesari, Mango Sheera, Aam ras (aamras), Mango cake, Mango ice cream with condensed milk, Mango Falooda, Mango dragon fruit smoothie, Mango halwa, Mango cheesecake, Mango Mousse, Mango Muffins, Mango Phirni, Mango Rasayana, Mango Modak in Ganpati, Mango Pudding, Mango Raita, Mango smoothie, Mango Salsa, Mango fig banana smoothie, Mango banana orange smoothie, Mango blackberry smoothie, Oats mango smoothie, Mango banana milkshake, Mango raita, mango wine, Mango beer and much more in dessert and salads.