If you could bite into a mango like an apple, the Keow Savoy is it! Sweet, crunchy, fragrant and nutty apple in texture, the Keow Savoy is a Thai variety grown in Darwin, NT and North Queensland.
Keow Savoys are oblong in shape with a usually a dark blue-green skin, weighing between 200-400g each.
When further ripened, the Keow Savoy becomes a very soft green-yellow pulp with a fragrant, delightfully sweet flavour.
Also known as Kaiew Sawei, Kaow Sawoey, Khao Savoey, Kiew Sa Waei, Khiew Savoy, Kyo Savoy, Khieo Sawoei.
The green eating mangoes are usually are picked mature off the tree, not fully ripened, so that it has a crunchy taste as green mango.
While crunchy, this can be shredded into a mango salad known in Thailand as Som Tum.
THIS IS NOT A SOUR VARIETY. Identify the Keow Savoy by its blue-green shade skin.