Size and Shape
Chaunsa mangoes are medium to large-sized, and they have an oval or oblong shape. They are slightly flattened and have a small beak at the bottom.
On average, a Chaunsa mango weighs between 250 to 500 grams, but they can reach up to a kilogram in weight.
When ripe, Chaunsa mangoes have a beautiful golden-yellow skin color with a reddish blush on the top. The skin is relatively thin and smooth.
Taste and Texture
Chaunsa mangoes are known for their sweet, aromatic, and juicy flesh. The texture of the flesh is soft and pulpy, with a small fibrous center. The taste is described as a blend of honey and apricot, with a slight tanginess.
Chaunsa mangoes have a unique and distinct flavor that sets them apart from other mango varieties. The flavor is a mix of sweet and tangy, with a pleasant aroma that fills the room.
The harvesting season for Chaunsa mangoes usually starts in mid-June and extends to mid-August. However, the exact timing of the harvest depends on the weather conditions and the location of the orchards.
Region of Origin
Chaunsa mangoes are mainly grown in the Sindh and Punjab regions of Pakistan, with some cultivation in other areas of the country. Chaunsa is considered to be the best in terms of taste and quality and widely consumed around the world.