Mango Queen | What is “MANGO QUEEN” ?
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What is “MANGO QUEEN” ?

Miracle Mango from Japan and Thailand.
~Miracle Mango from Japan and Thailand~
30 years of Mango researching…

After 30 years of effort in cross-breeding Thai and Japanese mangos of Japanese gardener, Miracle Mango was discovered.

The producer said, “It started from doing it as a hobby. The first 20 years was not successful before I got good results in the last 10 years. The mango garden here is pesticide-free (organic). I keep the insects out and prune the stems to make the nutrients go into one mango which increase its sweetness. And I can do all of this because I don’t want a profit”.

If you look at it as a business, we produce quite low quantity of mangos. However, as we owned 60,000 mango trees, we have enough premium quality mangos for the delivery.

From Chiang Mai, the old city of Thailand…

Our mango plantation located in Chom Thong, Chiang Mai where the subtropical sun shines and the water underground is rich in minerals. The sprinklers set on each mango tree pump the water up from 1,000 meters below.

Each mango tree is well taken care under the average temperature of 24℃ with sufficient sunlight and free from insecticide and chemical. As we use organic fertiliser made from chicken wastes, our mangos are rich in taste and nutrients.



Despite its unusual size in the world, in addition to its sweetness boasting a sugar content of 15 degrees or more, depending on its breeds, it has a refreshing sour taste, so that it can enjoy deep and delicate taste, it has been generically referred to as MANGO QUEEN .

As of August 2018, we cultivate and sell five varieties in total, “MEGUMI”, “SHIZUKU”, “TSUYA”, “MIYABI” and “TAKARA”.



This Takara variety came from our 30-years-experiment of grafting more than a hundred varieties of mangos. Takara mango has large size and the reddish-purple skin. It is quite a rare variety as its tree bares only one fruit a time.



This variety was incidentally discovered in June, 2018. Unlike other varieties we have, this variety of mango is small with the weight from 300 g. to 800 g. only. However, with its beautiful reddish-purple skin and its perfect combination of sweet and sour taste, it is a high-quality mango that does not exist neither in Thai nor Japanese mango varieties.



This crossbreeding creates the mango that its shape looks like Barracuda Mango (Nam Dok Mai), Thai people’s favourite type of mango, with the red skin from the DNA of Irwin Mango (Apple Mango). Shizuku Mango tree’s stems is pruned to make them bare only one fruit per stem. This pruning method helps the fruit to get higher nutrients, like Megumi Mango, which make the mango weights 2 kilos. It is a premium mango with a perfect combination of sweet and a little bit of sour taste.



Irwin mango, in another name Apple mango, is the most common mango variety planted in Japan. We used this species as the foundation to cross-breed with Thai mango species until we achieved Megumi mango. Megumi mango has round shape like an apple, with the weight around 2 kilos and the sweetness level at 18 brix. Its sour taste makes a great combination with its sweetness which worth calling “Miracle Mango”.



This oval shape mango with its appealing red colour is grown by pruning the tree’s stems to make it bare only one fruit per stem. This pruning method helps the fruit to get higher nutrients, like Megumi Mango, which make the mango weights more than 1 kilo. Tsuya mango uniqueness are the fragrance from the pulp through the skin and the ruddy colour of the ripe skin. Its sweetness beats other mango varieties.