Anwar Ratool mangoes are a small and highly prized variety of mango that is primarily grown in the Sindh province of Pakistan. They are known for their intense sweetness, aromatic flavor, and tender flesh.
Size and Shape
Anwar Ratool mangoes are small-sized, usually measuring between 2-4 inches in length. They are generally round or oval in shape, with a slightly flattened appearance.
On average, an Anwar Ratool mango weighs between 70 to 150 grams.
When ripe, Anwar Ratool mangoes have a yellowish-green skin color with a slight blush of red or orange. The skin is thin and has small white dots on it.
Taste and Texture
Anwar Ratool mangoes are known for their extremely sweet and juicy flesh. The texture of the flesh is soft and smooth, with very little fiber. The taste is described as a combination of honey, nectar, and citrus flavors, with a hint of spice.
Anwar Ratool mangoes have a distinct and intense flavor that is considered one of the best among all mango varieties. They are often compared to honey and are known for their rich and aromatic taste.
The harvesting season for Anwar Ratool mangoes usually starts in mid-June and extends to late July. However, the exact timing of the harvest depends on the weather conditions and the location of the orchards.
Region of Origin
Anwar Ratool mangoes are primarily grown in the Mirpur Khas and Hyderabad districts of Sindh province in Pakistan. They are considered a local specialty and are highly valued by mango lovers all over the world.