Shwehintha is from Myanmar and the spelling can vary. It is a long, oblong shaped yellow fruit.
The flesh is yellow, fiberless, yellow, containing a long thin polyembryonic seed. The eating quality is good, falling somewhere between Indochinese and Thai, comparable to the Maha Chanok in quality.
Production appears good on trees we’ve seen but there are reports that it is somewhat fungus prone in more humid areas.
We planted one in 2016 and it fruited in 2019.