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Re: Mango Reviews
« Reply #650 on: June 07, 2019, 10:18:03 PM »
anyone else with a honey kiss know when it'll ripen?

When I got mine a couple years back I was told it is a very late season mango. Mine has good fruit set this year but no signs of ready as of yet. From my understanding August, September and possibly October if you are lucky with some late fruit hanging on. By then my pickering, PPK, Fairchild and CC will be done with fruit will be nice to know one tree will possibly hold late.

good to know, mine is still small and it's the first year fruiting so I'm not sure what to expect. The fruit is small and already has some red on it

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« Reply #651 on: June 09, 2019, 09:19:59 PM »


Recently I fell in love with this Sein Ta Lone mango from Myanmar. The flesh is non-fibrous and juicy, with bold flavours.

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« Reply #652 on: June 09, 2019, 09:28:06 PM »

Recently I fell in love with this Sein Ta Lone mango from Myanmar. The flesh is non-fibrous and juicy, with bold flavours.

Would you liken the flavor to any other mango, fruit, or aromatic foodstuff?

I'm curious, as we have known for years that this is the most famous mango from the region that developed Pyo Pyu Kalay, but we have noone in the west to formally describe the flavor/aroma profile of this particular mango.

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« Reply #653 on: June 10, 2019, 03:10:27 AM »

Would you liken the flavor to any other mango, fruit, or aromatic foodstuff?

I'm curious, as we have known for years that this is the most famous mango from the region that developed Pyo Pyu Kalay, but we have noone in the west to formally describe the flavor/aroma profile of this particular mango.

If I were to try really hard to make a comparison, Alphonso will be the closest? However, it wins hands fown due to its non-fibrous flesh that is very juicy. The sweetness is unlike thai honey mango, as I felt that it is slightly more acidic in taste. When ripe, the flesh doesn't turn mushy like some mangoes, for eg, thai rainbow mango.

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Re: Mango Reviews
« Reply #654 on: June 10, 2019, 07:57:22 AM »
Our Sein ta Lone is fruiting this year. Looking forward to trying it.

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« Reply #655 on: June 11, 2019, 09:40:31 PM »
Last week was at Zillís and bought some mangos.....on the floor next to bins was a bucket of green kathyís And the lady behind the counter said they were free because they were picked too green...kicking myself now because I took only one! 🙈 Iíve never tried this one before and it was pretty green but it ripened up and was delish. The fruit was soft to the touch with some give, yellow with greenish tinge and splotches, hardly fragrant. When I halved the mango I noticed the flesh to be golden yellow with some thin juice covering adhering to flesh. The flesh was totally fiberless and melting and smooth like a cushman or dot mango. The flavor seemed like a cross between cushman and Fairchild honeydew resin. The seed is polyembryonic.








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« Reply #656 on: June 12, 2019, 08:50:33 AM »
Thanks! First Iíve heard of Kathy as poly.

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« Reply #657 on: June 12, 2019, 02:34:05 PM »
Thanks for appreciating, I try to provide as much objective info as possible with pics and seed info at a minimum so as reference to those who live far from Zillís and otherwise little seems to be known. 👍

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Re: Mango Reviews
« Reply #658 on: June 13, 2019, 08:42:15 AM »


We tried Sein Ta Lone yesterday. Very good mango. Flavor group is Indochinese hybrid, ala Dupuis Saigon, Fairchild , Venus, Cac etc
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« Reply #659 on: June 13, 2019, 11:21:42 AM »



Oh the glorious Pickering mango!  It's hard to believe it was just a random seedling.  Thank you, Walter Zill.  Mine are very sweet, very juicy, and very coconutty this year.  Disease-free and the perfect little tree.  For ALL of its qualities, it must rank near the top.
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« Reply #660 on: June 13, 2019, 03:17:49 PM »
Lady's Choice.
My first ripe mango grown in 9B.
Fruit was pretty clean. Did smell that intense resin scent in the sap when picked. Supposedly an improved version of East Indian mango. No sap burn/rot to the skin observed even after two days of counter top ripening. Milder taste of the resin in the ripe flesh but definitely less fiber- equivalent to than of the Julie (imo). Didn't pick up on any extra flavors. Enjoyable.
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« Reply #661 on: June 13, 2019, 09:48:54 PM »


We tried Sein Ta Lone yesterday. Very good mango. Flavor group is Indochinese hybrid, ala Dupuis Saigon, Fairchild , Venus, Cac etc

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« Reply #662 on: June 14, 2019, 01:25:13 PM »



Oh the glorious Pickering mango!  It's hard to believe it was just a random seedling.  Thank you, Walter Zill.  Mine are very sweet, very juicy, and very coconutty this year.  Disease-free and the perfect little tree.  For ALL of its qualities, it must rank near the top.

Had my first Pickering today. I may take some heat, but I think itís my favorite ever. Wow, was it good.
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« Reply #663 on: June 15, 2019, 11:01:09 AM »



Oh the glorious Pickering mango!  It's hard to believe it was just a random seedling.  Thank you, Walter Zill.  Mine are very sweet, very juicy, and very coconutty this year.  Disease-free and the perfect little tree.  For ALL of its qualities, it must rank near the top.

Had my first Pickering today. I may take some heat, but I think itís my favorite ever. Wow, was it good.

No heat. Itís s great mango, especially when you let it go a little.

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« Reply #664 on: June 16, 2019, 10:44:00 AM »
Had my first Pickering today. I may take some heat, but I think itís my favorite ever. Wow, was it good.

Totally agree. Not only is the fruit just as tasty as any other and that includes the Zill varieties, the tree is excellent in every way - small and compact, very productive, disease free.  And yeah, I "let it go a little".  :D


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« Reply #665 on: June 16, 2019, 01:38:30 PM »



Oh the glorious Pickering mango!  It's hard to believe it was just a random seedling.  Thank you, Walter Zill.  Mine are very sweet, very juicy, and very coconutty this year.  Disease-free and the perfect little tree.  For ALL of its qualities, it must rank near the top.

On of my favorites!

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« Reply #666 on: June 17, 2019, 10:59:34 PM »
Tried 4 mangos from my assorted box from Mangomen. The first to ripen were Kryptonite, Fairchild, Maha, and CC. I can say this that season is much better than last years washed out season in my opinion. Of the 4 Mangos I tried today, Kryptonite left them all in the dust!

-CC is just sweet coconut if that's what you're into it

-Maha tasted similar to other Asian Mangos like Nam Dac Mai but with it's own twist of complexity to add to it's sweetness (concentrated honey sweet nam Doc mai is much better IMO)

-Fairchild...average sweet tasting mango with a mild resin flavor

-Kryptonite!!! Easily a top tier Mango in my opinion. I put up it there with LZ and Sweet Tart which are my favorite. This Mango has a delicious sugary sweet flavor with a much milder tart kick than the infamous "Sweet Tart"...reminds me of a sweet tart light except this variety comes with resionous/piney addition, but not over whelming like a carrie mango per say....also this is a pretty nice size mango as well....definitely a well rounded cultivar that I'll be looking to plant one day when I retire from the Navy.




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