Bonch Mango – The first mention of mango (Magnifera indica) appeared about 4 thousand years ago. Burma, East India and the Andaman Islands are considered the birthplace of the fruit, where its fruits were used as a delicacy by both poor people and rich gentlemen. The inhabitants of those regions called the fruit “mangkay”, which means “great fruit”. Portuguese merchants remade the name in their own way, forming a new word – “manga”, which is still used today.
The fruit of a tropical evergreen tree, has a sweet taste and exhibits fruity, creamy and vegetal aromas, often with notes of resin, pine needles. It captures apricot and pineapple notes, and there is also the smell of melon. Mango blends harmoniously with fruity, spicy and creamy flavors.
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