6 Most Expensive Mangoes You Will Find In The World
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Under the scorching heat of summer, what really soothes is some fresh fruits. Now, talking of fresh fruits and not including the best seasonal fruit, mango will be really harsh. In various tropical regions of the world, there is a wide variety of mangoes grown, and among them, few, due to their distinguished flavour and texture, have become the most exquisite ones. These mangoes eventually flavour up the ones which are sold in marketplaces at high prices. 

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Originating in South Asia over 4,000 years ago, this luscious fruit has since spread its roots across continents, becoming a must-have in various cuisines and cultures. In many parts of the world, summer is synonymous with the mango season, and it is a time when markets overflow with an abundance of varieties, each offering its own unique flavour profile and texture.

Miyazaki Mangoes

Miyazaki mangoes, hailing from Miyazaki city's Kyushu prefecture in Japan, have become the most expensive and luxurious mango variation. The price of this variation justifies the enormous labour work that goes behind it, and the pruning of the variation is expensive, too. These light reddish-coloured mangoes are delicious and juicy and have a velvety texture, which is loved by many. However, the price point of this makes it difficult for everyone to have a taste of this luxurious mango. 

Kohitur Mangoes

Kohitur Mangoes, renowned for their unparalleled quality, hail from the lush orchards of Murshidabad, a small village nestled in the heart of India. These mangoes boast a rich, sweet flavour with hints of citrus and floral undertones, making them a delicacy sought after by mango enthusiasts worldwide. Renowned for their distinct aroma and melt-in-your-mouth texture, Kohitur mangoes are meticulously cultivated, handpicked, and carefully handled to ensure peak ripeness and flavour.

Alphonso Mangoes

Alphonso, the worldwide popular mango variation, is found in the Konkan regions of India. Due to its taste, texture and flavours, it is widely known as the “King of mangoes''. The texture of this variation is very smooth and buttery, which dissolves in the mouth. One can easily differentiate Alphonso from other mangoes due to its smooth skin and golden colour skin. What makes this mango expensive in the market is its scarcity in production and a short period of harvesting time. 

Sindhri Mangoes

Sindhri mangoes, revered as the king of mangoes, originate from the fertile lands of Pakistan, particularly the province of Sindh. Renowned for their distinct sweetness, velvety texture, and vibrant aroma, Sindhri mangoes are a symbol of luxury and indulgence. With a golden-yellow hue and tender flesh, each bite offers a burst of tropical flavour, leaving a lingering sweetness on the palate. Coveted globally for their exceptional quality, Sindhri mangoes fetch premium prices in international markets.

Carabao Mangoes

Carabao mangoes, hailed as the "king of mangoes," originate from the Philippines, particularly from the region of Guimaras. Renowned for their unparalleled sweetness, creamy texture, and aromatic fragrance, these mangoes fetch top dollar in global markets. Their distinctively rich flavour profile, with notes of honey and citrus, tantalises taste buds worldwide. Each succulent mouthful offers a taste of tropical paradise, making carabao mangoes a coveted delicacy. With their luscious flesh and exquisite taste, it's no wonder these mangoes command a premium price.

Nur Jahan Mangoes

Nur Jahan, this Mughlai named mangoes, has originated in the Katthiwada region of Madhya Pradesh. This mango is distinguished for its sweet and fibrous texture. Many people dislike certain mangoes for their fibrous texture, but the unparalleled sweetness of this mango makes it loved by all and also the reason for being expensive in the market. The name of the mango is also royal, just like the price; it is named after the empress, Nur Jahan.