Also spelled ‘Pairi’ and ‘Piri’, this mango is thought to be synonymous with ‘Bombay’ in Jamaica.
It was introduced to the US in 1902 from Mumbai, and later a different tree was introduced from Poona under the same name but was slightly different.
Either way, it is an older variety in India, small and ovate in shape, fiberless, and considered to be of very good eating quality, with a rich, sweet and spicy flavor.
It is considered a vigorous tree.
The fruit mature mid-season, from July to August.
We obtained small grafted Paheri trees in 2018.
Flavor: Indian/West Indian