The White Chaunsa mango is a variation of the Chaunsa (also called Chausa SB) mango and is a late season variety. It generally becomes available in September and October when none of the other varieties are available. It is high in sweetness and has a citrusy tinge to it. It derives its name from the white colored flesh, which remains whitish even when the fruit is ripe. It’s brix index (measure of sweetnes) is among the highest (we have measured it between 26 and 28). It has a thick skin so it does not shrivel very easily.