Chaunsa is regarded as the de facto ‘King of Mangoes’ despite the fact it ranks second to Anwar Ratol. Creamy & smooth texture, sweet taste, pure yellow when ripe and pleasant aroma, Chaunsa is the most sought variety of mango in both Pakistan & India as well as globally.
It derives its name from village between Lucknow and Malihabad where it was originated as a superior chance seedling. Size small to medium, oblong, ventral, shoulder higher than dorsal, beak and sinus absent, color yellow when ripe, skin thin, pulp fiber less, flesh firm, very sweet, flavor nice. Stone very small, oblong, variety good to very best, bearing heavy, mid season (July), keeping and peeling quality good in the 18th century, the Dasheri mango first appeared in the gardens of Nawab of Lucknow. Since then numbers of Dasheri plants have been produced and planted throughout India.
Grown in village of Ratol in the Punjab province of Pakistan, this variety is considered top of the line in terms of shape, weight, size and taste. This mango is large and by large, it means organically large. With its tip having a unique pointed shape, this mango is pure yellow when ripe, has smooth & creamy texture, a sweet taste and a pleasant aroma.
A sub variety of the Anwar Ratol Mango, Late Ratol is another sought after variety just like the Anwar Ratol. Its slightly smaller in size but in terms of taste, texture and aroma it is simply top of the line.