Mabrouka is from Egypt, originating on an island in the Nile River and named by an Englishman named Fisher.
The name translates to “Blessed”.
The fruit are small, oval-ovate in shape with a beak at the bottom, turning yellow when ripe with some red blush at the top. The flesh is firm, yellow, with minimal fiber and has a mild Indian/West Indian-type flavor. It is comparable in flavor to Rosa.
The tree has been vigorous, with spreading canopy.
We planted Mabruka in 2017 for evaluation in our climate. It fruited for the first time in 2019 and bore a strong first crop. It appears to be a mid-season mango in south Florida.
Flavor: - Indian/West Indian