This mango is from India, an old variety introduced to the US in 1901. It is still grown on a small level in south India though it is not widely known. Some grow it as a mango for pickling, but researchers in Miami at the turn of the 20th century considered it to be of excellent eating quality as a ripe fruit.
We planted Amini in 2017 and look forward to trying it in the coming years. It flowered while in a pot before planting and set fruit well, but has not flowered while in the ground and has grown quite slowly, though it is healthy. Given its current size it may not fruit until 2021.