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Imam Pasand


Imam Pasand The Imam Pasand mango, known for its regal appeal, is a highly esteemed variety primarily grown in the states of Andhra Pradesh, Telangana, and Tamil Nadu in India. This mango is often referred to as the "King of Mangoes" due to its exceptional taste and quality. The fruit is large, typically weighing between 250-800 grams, and has an oblong shape with a bright golden-yellow color. The skin is thick yet easy to peel, and the flesh is firm, fiberless, and exceptionally juicy. Its flavor profile is complex and intensely sweet, with hints of honey, citrus, and floral notes, accompanied by a unique, strong sweet aroma.

Imam Pasand mangoes are harvested when mature green and allowed to ripen at room temperature. They are known for their excellent dessert quality and are often enjoyed fresh. The mangoes are available from late April to early June, making them a mid-season variety. This variety is not only prized for its flavor but also for its historical significance, having been a favorite among the Nawabs and royals of India.

Imam Pasand mangoes were highly favored by the Nawabs of Andhra Pradesh, owing to their rich flavor and juicy texture. This variety is historically significant and continues to be a popular choice among mango enthusiasts." - Deep Rooted​ (Deep Rooted.)​.

The taste of Imam Pasand mangoes can challenge the renowned Alphonso variety, offering a different yet equally delightful flavor profile." - Economic Times​ (Wikipedia)​.

Imam Pasand mangoes are best harvested 2 to 4 weeks before full ripeness to achieve their signature flavor and texture. They grow well in temperate conditions with adequate sunlight and proper soil moisture." - Natural Mangoes​ (Natural Mangoes)​.

Ray, P.K. (2002). Breeding Tropical and Subtropical Fruits. Springer. ISBN: 978-3540428558

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