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Re: Mango Reviews
« Reply #525 on: July 12, 2015, 08:45:23 AM »
Edgar - Mango Review

My first reaction to tasting this Edgar (Edward x Gary) from Walter Zill's in Boynton Beach, FL, was the same as Borat's: "Wowwah weeeewah! Very nice, I like." I cut it when it was still fairly firm. It has the sweetness of a popsicle, the smoothness of an Edward, its creamy as a Candy Corn, and there's a laid back tropical flavor mystique that is delightful. Eating close to the skin there is a beautiful, subdued resinous finish. I would rate this mango as "Excellent" and say that it is truly delicious and high grade. It did not blow my mind in the way in the way I associate with an outstanding mango, but this one is close.


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Re: Mango Reviews
« Reply #526 on: July 12, 2015, 09:00:30 AM »



What size was it and do you think that is typical Edgar size?

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Re: Mango Reviews
« Reply #527 on: July 12, 2015, 09:07:56 AM »
4" long, 3" wide, sorry I didn't weight it but less than 1lb (guess is 12oz).... it is a typical size to the Edgar's I have bought before and the ones in the tray... but I am not too familiar with the crop. I have seen ones with a nicer blush.

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Re: Mango Reviews
« Reply #528 on: July 12, 2015, 09:10:31 AM »
4" long, 3" wide, sorry I didn't weight it but less than 1lb (guess is 12oz).... it is a typical size to the Edgar's I have bought before and the ones in the tray... but I am not too familiar with the crop. I have seen ones with a nicer blush.

Not able to comment directly on the Edgar you are reporting on however Edgar will customarily range between  a half pound and i have seen a number if them in the one pound size.
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Re: Mango Reviews
« Reply #529 on: July 12, 2015, 01:27:04 PM »
Finished eating the  rest of the Edgar and wow, it's SO GOOD  :D   Nice size and the flavor is very sweet, smooth, well-rounded and just wonderful.

It's been my #2 most delicious mango eating experience of this summer so far, just below the Maha Chanok... and above some very nice ones like Carrie, Venus and Fruit Punch.
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Re: Mango Reviews
« Reply #530 on: July 12, 2015, 09:56:43 PM »
Finished eating the  rest of the Edgar and wow, it's SO GOOD  :D   Nice size and the flavor is very sweet, smooth, well-rounded and just wonderful.

It's been my #2 most delicious mango eating experience of this summer so far, just below the Maha Chanok... and above some very nice ones like Carrie, Venus and Fruit Punch.

I gave my cousin her in fl an Edgar last year and she demands nothing but them since...

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Re: Mango Reviews
« Reply #531 on: July 13, 2015, 09:08:26 AM »
Went to Zill's Mangos this weekend. Picked up a nice selection and me and three others ate four last night.

Taralay
This mangos aroma was identical to my fathers Guyana "black spice" mango that i had a few weeks earlier.When it came time to break fast Taralay was the first one we tried and it did not disappoint.  Really thin skin, peeling it revealed the same wonderful aroma. The flesh was sweet and near the seed was slightly tart, could've been slightly over ripe. Also the flesh near the skin had a sort of custard/grit texture similar to what i noticed in PPK.

Orange Sherbet
The only bad thing about the Taralay was being in the same taste test as Orange Sherbet. This mango started off on par with Taralay but by the third piece it was clearly superior. Sweet on the outside a bit tart on the inside, not as tart as Taralay, but just exploding with flavor in every bite. Amazing. Does anyone know when this mango will be released?

Honey Kiss
The mango was sort of mushy, it might have been slightly over ripe. Mildly sweat, no tart. Everyone else tasted a slight honey dew melon taste, I didn't. To me this was a decent mango. I have one more thats firmer so i'll give it another shot.

E-Z
We were warned that this mango was stringy. Not once, but twice, and when I went to buy it i was given a "are your sure" look. I still bought some anyway. The mango looks nice, round, yellow with a red blush covering about half. The taste however was turpentine-y and bland. Actually a "turpentine" mango that i ate earlier this season was sweeter with just as much string. Flavor was that of a store bought mango picked way to early. Not a fan. Should have listened to the warnings.

Later this week I'll taste Sweat Tart, Coc, Seacrest, and BM.
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Re: Mango Reviews
« Reply #532 on: July 14, 2015, 01:31:08 AM »
Peach Cobbler
What more can i say, its like running through the peach orcards in Georgia nude on a early summer morning with the sweet nectar oozing down my breasts and thighs (i could almost feel the soft fuzz with every bite.  The eupboria did t end there, i sensed an essence of cola syrup, wait, no, not cola syrup but Dr. Pepper syrup.  It was like a sex on the beach chased with a 52 oz. Dr. Pepper from 7-11...oh, wait, hold on...whats going on here

This mamgo has no peach flavor whatsoever.   It was a juicy mango with a distict essence of tangerine or mandarin orange.   It can really rival or even surpass the Orange Sherbert.   The texture is much different than that of an OS, it is similar to but softer than that of the Pickering.   Damn i love this mango.


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Re: Mango Reviews
« Reply #533 on: July 14, 2015, 01:49:41 AM »
By the way,  my camera phone makes the above Peach Cobbler appear much more colorful than it is.  It is a dull green with dull light yellow streaks.
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Re: Mango Reviews
« Reply #534 on: July 14, 2015, 08:22:37 AM »
This mamgo has no peach flavor whatsoever.   It was a juicy mango with a distict essence of tangerine or mandarin orange.   It can really rival or even surpass the Orange Sherbert.   The texture is much different than that of an OS, it is similar to but softer than that of the Pickering.   Damn i love this mango.

By the way,  my camera phone makes the above Peach Cobbler appear much more colorful than it is.  It is a dull green with dull light yellow streaks.



Useful review! My boring question is when is it usually ripe and what weight is it?
I like the non-flamboyant colorations and tangerine-mandarin taste you describe

Maybe Zill did not want to give another mango a citrus name so came up with peach cobbler which is a delicious old fashioned desert. Hmmmmm... can't remember the last time I ate some. Years ago.
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Re: Mango Reviews
« Reply #535 on: July 14, 2015, 08:37:05 AM »
Peach Cobbler
What more can i say, its like running through the peach orcards in Georgia nude on a early summer morning with the sweet nectar oozing down my breasts and thighs (i could almost feel the soft fuzz with every bite.  The eupboria did t end there, i sensed an essence of cola syrup, wait, no, not cola syrup but Dr. Pepper syrup.  It was like a sex on the beach chased with a 52 oz. Dr. Pepper from 7-11...oh, wait, hold on...whats going on here

This mamgo has no peach flavor whatsoever.   It was a juicy mango with a distict essence of tangerine or mandarin orange.   It can really rival or even surpass the Orange Sherbert.   The texture is much different than that of an OS, it is similar to but softer than that of the Pickering.   Damn i love this mango.




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Re: Mango Reviews
« Reply #536 on: July 14, 2015, 08:45:10 AM »
Unknown Street Mango - review

This mango was found next to a sidewalk in the city of Lake Worth, FL. It appears to have fallen off a tree that is at least 20 years old. I've searched for newer mango cultivars this summer and wanted to compare them with the Old Florida neighborhood stock I grew up on. This mango looked good. It smelled like turpentine, especially the sap near the stem. Cutting it open, you can immediately see a row of tiny fibers poking out from the edge of the slice. The mango tastes medium sweet, acidic and solvent-y -  like slightly watered down canned orange juice shaken & stirred with a couple drops of house paint. At first it's somewhat acceptable but the pleasant part fades quickly and the more chemical flavors are all that's left. There is a lingering, bitter aftertaste that feels like it would be best to eat something else or drink some milk to wash it off your palette. I would rate this mango as "fair" because it would work if you were hungry and I have found worse - smaller, uglier, more fibrous and more astringent ones.


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Re: Mango Reviews
« Reply #537 on: July 14, 2015, 08:51:36 AM »
Unknown Street Mango - review

This mango was found next to a sidewalk in the city of Lake Worth, FL. It appears to have fallen off a tree that is at least 20 years old. I've searched for newer mango cultivars this summer and wanted to compare them with the Old Florida neighborhood stock I grew up on. This mango looked good. It smelled like turpentine, especially the sap near the stem. Cutting it open, you can immediately see a row of tiny fibers poking out from the edge of the slice. The mango tastes medium sweet, acidic and solvent-y -  like slightly watered down canned orange juice shaken & stirred with a few drops of house paint. At first it's somewhat enjoyable but the good part fades quickly and the more chemical flavors are all that's left. There is a lingering, bitter aftertaste that feels like it would be best to eat something else or drink some coconut milk to wash it off your palette. I would rate this mango as "fair" because it would work if you were really hungry and I have found worse - smaller, uglier, more fibrous and more astringent ones.




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Re: Mango Reviews
« Reply #538 on: July 14, 2015, 10:37:05 AM »
Peach Cobbler
What more can i say, its like running through the peach orcards in Georgia nude on a early summer morning with the sweet nectar oozing down my breasts and thighs (i could almost feel the soft fuzz with every bite.  The eupboria did t end there, i sensed an essence of cola syrup, wait, no, not cola syrup but Dr. Pepper syrup.  It was like a sex on the beach chased with a 52 oz. Dr. Pepper from 7-11...oh, wait, hold on...whats going on here

This mamgo has no peach flavor whatsoever.   It was a juicy mango with a distict essence of tangerine or mandarin orange.   It can really rival or even surpass the Orange Sherbert.   The texture is much different than that of an OS, it is similar to but softer than that of the Pickering.   Damn i love this mango.




Thanks, Rob, for the hilarious spoof and for the review!
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Re: Mango Reviews
« Reply #539 on: July 14, 2015, 03:08:27 PM »
Seacrest - Mango Review

From the looks and flavor of this 1lb. mango, I would guess it has PPK genetics. Tastes like a Sweet Tart (or maybe even Dot or Gary?) crossed with a Lemon Zest. First there's a pleasingly acidic zing, then smooth & creamy mango flavors, and finally a full-on LZ-OS citrus finale. No resin flavors and an acidic / OJ aftertaste.  I would rate this mango as "excellent" and say its delicious, recommend it those who like flavorful mangos.





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Re: Mango Reviews
« Reply #540 on: July 14, 2015, 03:32:27 PM »
Seacrest is an Edward seedling.  Best description is creamy like an Edward in teture, sweet but not cloying with floral notes.
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Re: Mango Reviews
« Reply #541 on: July 14, 2015, 06:28:03 PM »
Tog Bi Con

Had a couple of these mangoes from my tree these past weeks and I must say I'm a bit saddened. Was so looking forward to freeing up some acreage after this mango season but this mango blew me away. I was expecting something in the realm of Nam Doc Mai but Tog Bi Con is not a one dimensional mango. On first bite you get a rush of sugar as if you were eating a thick piece of bubble gum- specifically Bubble Yum (R) brand. Then the flavors hit you. A strong pineapple flavor, then some jackfruit/ juicy fruit gum then the smell of bananas. The mangoes from my tree start to ripen from the bottom up and since waiting for it to color up before consuming, the lower half of it (especially at the tip) lacked that shocking complexity of the upper half. Another great feature about this mango is the flesh to seed ratio. The seed, regardless of mango size, is about as thick as 4-5 regular business cards stacked together and just as long. Two of my biggest I harvested thus far weighed well over 2lbs at 8-9 inches long. so there was an enormous amount of fiberless flesh to enjoy. The crop this year came in 3 sizes: Large, XL, and small. The small mangoes tend to have a blotchy blush that resembled the images of those Rorschach psychological tests and it came in both dark blue and magenta colors. Some cons about the tree is that it is super vigorous and internodal spaces average ~1.5 ft. Its a challenge to tame and even with tipping it still gets leggy. Since fruit size are mostly large to extra large, so effective branch support is a must as it consistently held 4-5 mangoes per pannicle (lost about 12 to weight). None of my 36 fruits had that base "hook" like some pictures of Ivory mango floating on the forum, so I'm still curious as to whether both Tog Bi Con and Ivory are the same. Pic(s) will be up later tonite.
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Re: Mango Reviews
« Reply #542 on: July 14, 2015, 07:19:24 PM »
Having a room full of mangoes, 2 kids under 2, and a bunch of budwood that needs grafting, I do not have the time nor the narcotics to write anything creative.  I am also low-tech so these reviews won't be so exciting for those looking for mango porn, but here is a small blurb about each of the mangoes I just sampled:

Tyler Premier:  This is a large round fruit with a very cool shape.  Lots of juicy flesh...didn't notice any fiber.  This isn't going to be anyone's favorite mango, but there's something about them I like.  For a milder mango that has good flavor and isn't offensive, I prefer this to glenn and others of the same ilk.


34-24 (Cecilove):  Awesome mango for those who like bombay.  I have a sunrise ripening so I will see how it measures up, but this is better than Bombay IMHO...creamy seemed larger than Bombay but maybe just different shape...anyway, to me it was an improved Bombay...better than the Emeralds I have had but still have more so maybe they will get better.  Excellent mango!

Wally:  Not a bad mango, had some fiber, juicy, and decent subacid/sweet balance, but just couldn't hold it's own against these heavyweights.

Lemon Zest:  Finally, I get it!!!  LZ will never be my GOAT because I just don't like that orange flavor as much as other mango flavors.  Having said that, my LZ tree will not be on the chopping block ever.  Intense, creamy orange sherbet flavor.  Excellent mango.

Cac:  All jokes aside, this mango is as good as mangoes come...It has intense tropical flavor, creamy texture, and sweet aftertaste...and it's a big mango.  10 out of 10 kind of mango.  SO glad I have a tree!  Was the winner for much of the tasting....until

Kryptonite:  OH, MY FREAKING GOD!!!  This mango was so intense and perfect balance and texture!!  Left me laughing to myself like a crazy person (previously done when eating:  maha chanok, sweet tart, fruit punch, pineapple pleasure, seacrest, and coconut cream).  This mango totally snatched the Gold medal from Cac...not sure what the history on this is, but I suspect it was a # and Richard put a name on it (also see next review)

Last, but not least, was
Bolt (again a "new" variety from Fairchild, named for the Jamaican theme...no info on it, but it was good enough to make me stop and say WOW!  It is on the tart/subacid side, but it is like a tart but not overpowering punch in the taste buds!!  Bolt and Kryptonite deserve more looking into.

1. kryptonite
2. cac
3. bolt
4. lemon zest
5. 34-24
all 5 very worthy of having a tree
Honorable mention: Tyler Premier




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Re: Best/Near-Perfect Dessert Mangoes - Cultivar Reviews
« Reply #543 on: July 15, 2015, 02:03:33 AM »
'Young' (Tebow) mango review Update:

Even though I like this mango so much, I am quite certain that the reviews (below) and my liking of it is not biased. Many mangos in the growing collection of mango varieties in the yard have been given away to family and acquaintances this year. And, of all the varieties that I currently have - Haden, Miracle/Chok-Anon, Rosy-Gold, Edward, Alphonso, Fairchild, an-unknown-variety and Young (LZ not producing yet; Carrie began this year) - the favorite one with just about everybody, and the one that they ask for the most is 'Young.' It has a subtle sugar content that IMO strangely enhances the eating experience of this mango. It is a special and exquisite pleasure to eat this quality mango.

This is the list I have so far of 'Perfect (or near perfect) Dessert Mango Cultivars.' I'm trying to make a list of mango cultivars that have no fiber, a thin seed, and taste good...:

Tebow
July 29, 2013
Medium size mango. It changes to a yellowish color when it's ready to pick. It's completly fiberless, and has a very thin seed. This is a dessert mango. If what they mean by dessert, is that you can slice each side of the mango, and then scoop the flesh/meat out with a spoon, then this is it; perfect mango so far. Now, the flavor, let me put it this way, it doesn't reach the caliber taste of an Edward or Alphonso mango. Nevertheless, it's sweet and tasty. When I'm done eating one, I always want more. I have a producing tree in my yard, and every year I can't wait to eat its fruit. That tree is a keeper.
August 13, 2013
Today I had a tree ripened Tebow mango off the the tree in my yard. The color was yellow, the size was medium-large. And, I want to take another shot at the description of the taste, while being as impartial as possible. This mango cultivar is not like others, where when you have one mango, you're satisfied and don't really crave for more. With this cultivar, I always want more. The taste is sweet but not overwhelming/overpowering, it's a delicious, fine, delicate taste. It reminds me of addictive fruits like lychee and longan, you just want to keep on eating more and more. The seed is very thin, and there is a lot of flesh to eat.
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'Young' (Tebow) mango review
Medium size mango. It changes to a yellowish color when it's ready to pick. It's completly fiberless, and has a very thin seed. This is a dessert mango. If what they mean by dessert, is that you can slice each side of the mango, and then scoop the flesh/meat out with a spoon, then this is it; perfect mango so far. Now, the flavor, let me put it this way, it doesn't reach the caliber taste of an Edward or Alphonso mango. Nevertheless, it's sweet and tasty. When I'm done eating one, I always want more. I have a producing tree in my yard, and every year I can't wait to eat its fruit. That tree is a keeper.
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Re: Mango Reviews
« Reply #544 on: July 15, 2015, 08:57:10 AM »
I have a Young and it has fruit for the first time.  I had a major raccoon attack this week on my Fairchild but the fruit on the Young, much bigger and twenty feet away, wasn't touched.

At least I may be able to tree ripen the Young.  Trap buying today. 


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« Reply #545 on: July 15, 2015, 10:39:57 AM »
'Young' (Tebow) mango review Update:

It has a subtle sugar content that IMO strangely enhances the eating experience of this mango. It is a special and exquisite pleasure to eat this quality mango.


Wow, that sounds interesting. By this time of the summer, after a number of very sweet mangos, I would love to try one that is a bit less sweet but still tastes good.

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« Reply #546 on: July 15, 2015, 10:44:48 AM »

Wow, that sounds interesting. By this time of the summer, after a number of very sweet mangos, I would love to try one that is a bit less sweet but still tastes good.

Old school Florida mango Kent, is solid for this. It is usually a late July into August mango but some have it now

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Re: Mango Reviews
« Reply #547 on: July 15, 2015, 11:29:26 AM »
Peach Cobbler
What more can i say, its like running through the peach orcards in Georgia nude on a early summer morning with the sweet nectar oozing down my breasts and thighs (i could almost feel the soft fuzz with every bite. 






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Re: Mango Reviews
« Reply #548 on: July 15, 2015, 01:32:44 PM »
Peach Cobbler
What more can i say, it's like running through the peach orchards in Georgia nude on an early summer morning with the sweet nectar oozing down my breasts and thighs (i could almost feel the soft fuzz with every bite.  The euphoria didn't end there, i sensed an essence of cola syrup, wait, no, not cola syrup but Dr. Pepper syrup.  It was like a sex on the beach chased with a 52 oz. Dr. Pepper from 7-11...

This mango has no peach flavor whatsoever.   It was a juicy mango with a distict essence of tangerine or mandarin orange.   It can really rival or even surpass the Orange Sherbert.   The texture is much different than that of an OS, it is similar to but softer than that of the Pickering.   Damn i love this mango.




Rob, it was discreet of you not to mention that nubile nymphs carried you up to the heavens and laid you on a bed of rose petals.

BTW, Will Peach Cobbler fruit show any color to indicate readiness for picking?  Mine has not grown for a while, and also shows no color but green.



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Re: Mango Reviews
« Reply #549 on: July 15, 2015, 02:21:48 PM »
It can be picked green however you will need to be able to determine the "right stage" of green.  It should show some faint yellow pattern(s) in a perfect scenario.
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