This mango was selected and propagated by mango enthusiasts Jenny and David Burd of Venice, FL.
We knew little about it but planted one in 2017. In 2019 the tree fruited and we enjoyed it, finding it had a very nice Indian flavor with a lot of potential as the tree gets older. The fruit are attractively colored ad oval-shaped. The flesh is moderately firm, juicy and sweet with spice notes and a mild amount of resin. The seed is monoembryonic.
The fruit matured in late June in its first season. The tree itself seems to have a spreading growth habit and has grown somewhat slowly.
Flavor: Indian/West Indian