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For me it is Sonpari  Val-Carrie   White Piri
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For me I'll take anything!  I'm in an apartment now in Coconut Creek so if anyone in North Broward or South Palm Beach wants to share a few mangoes with me, I'd be ever so grateful.  I was very generous with my mangoes for five years to neighbors, friends, co-workers so I hope I've created some good mango karma!  Fortunately this community does have several community mango trees, but they look like mostly mature seedling trees.  I've been laid off so $3 a lb. mangoes aren't an option.
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I'm looking forward to evaluating,well really common tasting ether for the first time and 2nd m4,Cotton Candy,Fruit Punch,Guava,Kathy,Peach Cobbler,Phoenix,Ugly Betty,and some others I lost the tags on?

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For me, it's my Kent mango that is holding fruit this year- it will be my 1st time trying its fruit. I also have a baby Orange Sherbet mango tree that I cant wait to try out!
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I look forward to trying my mallika and ndm mangoes. This is their third year flowering but have got no fruit so far.
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Guava, ZIC, Buxton Spice, Orange Essence, M-4, Dusheri(sp?), Kesar, and Southern Blush. First crop from my inground trees :).
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Homegrown Sweet Tart



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Janardhan Passand, Ambika, And Merrit Island Saigon.

Never tried them.

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So I,m looking up the Ambika mango and sulcata groves did a review of the Ambika mango but I think they may have had a bad one with physiological disorder ,when ever someone says pumpkin and carrot flavor that's a red flag.The link below contains that review and added bonus of ambika the actress?




https://video.search.yahoo.com/search/video?fr=opensearch&p=Ambika+mango#action=view&id=9&vid=29ddca5bb88920bf0525bdb6b7f29ed8

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Peach cobbler, Cotton candy, Maha Chanok, and a Julie seedling in my yard. Ones I don't have: E4, Ceci Love, Phoenix, Guava, Kryptonite, Sunrise, Son pari, Coconut cream.

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Lemon Meringue

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Hoping to try for the first time-

Cotton Candy, Sunrise, Peach Cobbler, White Pirie, ST Maui, Neelam, Carla, Kesar, Edgar, Marlys, White Alphonso, CeciLove, & Lemon Zest (first 2 I tried were washed out last year).
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So I,m looking up the Ambika mango and sulcata groves did a review of the Ambika mango but I think they may have had a bad one with physiological disorder ,when ever someone says pumpkin and carrot flavor that's a red flag.The link below contains that review and added bonus of ambika the actress?




https://video.search.yahoo.com/search/video?fr=opensearch&p=Ambika+mango#action=view&id=9&vid=29ddca5bb88920bf0525bdb6b7f29ed8

I have not had ambika mango yet, but as in ďbrahm Kai meuĒ mango is strongly of carrot, parsnip in maha chanock, and last year I experienced those plus pumpkin in P22....I would say itís not out of question. Could always be a one off when eating just one mango to your point also.

I have been hitting zills up for two years once weekly during season and every time just miss the cotton candy mango... so definitely on my list. Would like to try again bolt, emerald. Just longing for more sugar loaf, fruit punch and the ice creams coming due on my tree soon.

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Any mango that comes within arms reach!! Extra excited for M-4 and E-4, my mouth really needs to see what all this fuss is about  :-*

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So I,m looking up the Ambika mango and sulcata groves did a review of the Ambika mango but I think they may have had a bad one with physiological disorder ,when ever someone says pumpkin and carrot flavor that's a red flag.The link below contains that review and added bonus of ambika the actress?




https://video.search.yahoo.com/search/video?fr=opensearch&p=Ambika+mango#action=view&id=9&vid=29ddca5bb88920bf0525bdb6b7f29ed8

Will find out soon. Iíve heard itís quite good. The tree has an early fruit as well as a significant second crop.






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Thai green mango(Keo-savy, I think) . The taste lingers in your mouth and you keep wanting more of it. I have not eaten any green mango that make feel that way before.  This will be 3rd year of the tree giving me fruit, and this each year, there is more and more fruit as the tree gets bigger.

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So I,m looking up the Ambika mango and sulcata groves did a review of the Ambika mango but I think they may have had a bad one with physiological disorder ,when ever someone says pumpkin and carrot flavor that's a red flag.The link below contains that review and added bonus of ambika the actress?




https://video.search.yahoo.com/search/video?fr=opensearch&p=Ambika+mango#action=view&id=9&vid=29ddca5bb88920bf0525bdb6b7f29ed8

Will find out soon. Iíve heard itís quite good. The tree has an early fruit as well as a significant second crop.





  Eagerly waiting for your  review :)/
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