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Most Expensive Mangoes To Date

by SaleBhai Team - 27-Apr-2016 - Miscellaneous

Among thousands of varieties of mangoes, it can be really difficult to choose the must-haves. While having an ambition to try all the types is appreciable, it might not be a practical one. This blog will list the top 10 mango varieties that India has to offer. So, what are you waiting for? Buy mango fruit online today!

1. Alphonso

Season – March (end) to May

Alphonso

When it comes to flavour, appearance and richness, you can never think beyond Alphonso – the king of mangoes. Grown mainly in the western parts of India, this super-expensive, rare, luxury food item has a royal feel about it. The price of 12 pieces can range between Rs 1000 and Rs 4000, depending on the grade, shape, size, and texture.

2. Dasheri

Season – Start from end of May (Just after the Alphonso season)

Dasheri

This special variety is mainly found in North India, Pakistan, and Nepal. Known for its sweet taste, Dasheri is exported to Malaysia, Hong Kong, Singapore, and Philippines. The price starts from Rs 300 per kg.

3. Chaunsa

Season – June to August

Chaunsa

This popular variety is mainly produced in Lucknow, Kaimganj, and Varanasi. Chaunsa is extremely popular in India and Pakistan. The per-kg price usually varies from Rs 80 to Rs 100.

4. Kesar

Season – Starts from the end of April

Kesar

Also known as ‘pride of Gujarat’, Kesar is a popular mango variety in the Indian market. Grown mainly in Gujarat, the average price is around Rs 250 per dozen. The export-quality ones can cost as much as Rs 2500 per dozen.

5. Badami

Season – April to June

Badami

Also known as ‘Karnataka’s own Alphonso’, the taste, texture, and smell of Badami is similar to that of Alphonso. The price is usually around Rs 50 per kg.

6. Langra

Season – Mid-June

Langra

Green, small, round, and sweet, Langra is perfect for sucking the juicy pulp directly from the fruit. This variety is grown mainly in Haryana, Uttar Pradesh, Bihar, and West Bengal. The price is usually around Rs 50 per kg.

7. Safeda

Season – April to June

Safeda

Locally known as ‘Banganapalli’, this fibre-less mango variety comes from Andhra Pradesh. The price of this whitish-yellow mango is usually around Rs 40 per kg.

8. Totapuri

Season – March to mid-August

Totapuri

Totapuri mango, grown in Andhra Pradesh, is a big, thick-skinned variety with a pointed end. Also known as ‘Bangalora’, ‘Sandersha’, ‘Kallamai’, ‘Kili Mooku’, ‘Collector’, ‘Mukku’, ‘Gilli’, and ‘Thevadiyamuthi’, this special type comes for a per-kg price ranging between Rs 40 and Rs 90.

9. Neelam

Season – Best ones are available from mid-June

Neelam

This is a very good-looking mango variety that comes with a reddish tint. The best Neelam mangoes come from Andhra Pradesh and are priced around Rs 30 per kg

10. Amrapali

Season – From June

Amrapali

Amrapali is a popular hybrid between Neelam and Dasheri. The per-kg price of this variety is usually around Rs 20.

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