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Komatha Fresh is proud to bring the fabled Alphonsos  to the European markets.

Alphonso season in India is from April until June. The fruits grow in a very narrow region in Western India or Konkan area. Komatha Fresh Alphonso Mangoes are handpicked and sorted out meticulously so that only the best one reaches into the customer’s hand. The distinguishing features of Komatha Fresh Alphonso Mangoes are its inviting sweet fragrance, a very juicy and fleshy mouth feel which is not stringy and a sweetness that will leave you craving for more.

 

The Komatha Fresh Quality Assurance

At Komatha Fresh we specialise in the international trade of fresh fruits, and ensure that all compliances and quality checks are carried out rigorously to meet the European regulatory standards. To guarantee that our produce is farm fresh, we will ship the Alphonso Mangoes, including certificates like Global Gap to any airport in Europe.

Availability

April - June

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Alphonso Mango 

The King of the mangoes, has a rich, creamy, tender texture and delicate, non-fibrous, juicy pulp. The skin of a fully ripe Alphonso mango turns bright golden-yellow with a tinge of red which spreads across the top of the fruit. The flesh of the fruit is saffron-colored. These characteristics make Alphonso a favored cultivar.

 

Taste: Sugary-sweet. Texture: Small, round and tender, this Mango is creamy, with no fibers. Origins: One of the most popular in India, this bright-yellow variety is produced in Karnataka and the Andhra Pradesh States of India. Uses: When ripe, this mango turns a saffron color and is often used in lassi, sorbets, and purees.

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Kesar Mango 

Also known as the Queen of mangoes, Kesar is characterised by its sweet taste and bright orange colour. This popular fruit usually comes in medium sizes and oblong shape. Popular among all ages, this is one of the most sought-after mango varieties of the world.

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Dasheri Mango 

The mother tree of this variety was grown in the garden of Lucknow ke Nawab, the late Mohammad Ansar Zaidi. A long shape, strong aroma, and fibre-less flesh are some ways of identifying them. They are considered as table mangoes and kids call it choosne wala aam. Wash it and devour.

 

The Dasheri mangoes are long and oval shaped, with a light green or yellow-green skin when mature, becoming golden yellow when ripe. Dasheri mangoes have a fiberless, peach-colored flesh with a medium-sized stone.

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Banganapalli Mango 

Significantly larger than their Alphonso counterparts, the Banganapalli mango hails from a village of the same name in Andhra Pradesh. With its pleasant aroma, thin blemish-free skin and fibre-free sweet yellow pulp, the Banganapalli is certainly the choice for those who don’t like fibrous textures in their fruit.

 

This variety is named after town Banganapalle. If the pulp alone does not satiate you, you can also eat the skin of this variety.

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Himayat Mango

Also called Humayun Pasand, an exclusive mango variety of Regal Origin and said to be the fruit of India’s royalty. Slightly tangy outer taste that grows sweet within.

 

Himayat (mango) is often referred to as one of the best of mangos, a fruit wellknow all over the world and is considered the best in terms of sweetness, richness and flavor. It is the most delicious kinds of mango and is grown mainly in India. It is a season fruit available in April through May.

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Rasalu Mango

This mango goes from small, medium to large, oblong, prominent beak, tough skin, highly fibrous, light yellow, pleasant flavor, sweet taste and is very juicy.