Blackie Mangoes

wondersofJamaicaMost Blackie mangoes are small and green, however some do ripen with a kiss of yellow, therefore I am not sure why it’s called Blackie mango. They are not as sweet and juicy as Stringy mangoes, but have a slight advantage over it’s counterpart…they have little or no fiber. Blackie mangoes do vary in size and some are small enough to fit in my mouth.

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3 Responses to Blackie Mangoes

  1. shianwrites says:

    I beg to differ, no way. Blackie is the best mango, no joke. You can never just eat one. :-)

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