Also known as Jin Huang, this mango is from Taiwan. It is a cross between ‘Ivory’ and ‘Keitt’, producing enormous fruit.
They are oblong-sigmoid in shape, staying relatively green at maturity with some minimal pinkish blush at the top of sun exposed fruit, weighing up to several pounds.
The flesh is firm, fiberless, and yellow. The flavor is very good, of the Thai-class but with perhaps a little more depth to it.
The trees are moderately vigorous growers with spreading dense canopy. The foliage resembles that of Keitt but the flowers have superior anthracnose resistance.
We had a tree labelled 'Kiew Yai' in Loxahatchee Groves that fruited consistently well. Based on the traits of the fruit and tree, we suspect this is actually 'Golden Queen'
We planted a small one in West Palm Beach in 2017 with budwood obtained from the Loxahatchee tree. It is late season in Florida maturing from August to September.