Light, Sweet, and Tropical: The Flavor of Mango

While the flavor of mango has been a popular favorite for years, it has seen some incredible increases in popularity over the past several years. That is largely because it is still recognizable enough to take away the “fear factor” of trying new fruits, but still offers a sweet, tropical twist to a number of different food dishes. Mango has a distinctively sweet flavor that has been compared to peach, pineapple (Iso Amyl Caproate Natural) and apricot (Benzyl Butyrate Natural). Those who are big fans of mango recognize that this fruit has characteristics all its own that make it a great treat, no matter where or how it is used.


One of the most common applications for mango flavor is in dessert products with a tropical twist. Mango is a great addition to a number of baked goods that are sweetened with this fruit flavor, ranging from dessert frostings, pies, and cakes to sweet breads. Mango flavor is also commonly used in frozen sweet treats, such as sherbet and sorbet and frozen fruit bars. Mango flavor is also commonly used to sweeten tropical juices and juice mixes.


There are a number of uses for the flavor of mango outside of the traditional juice beverage market, as well. Mango flavor ingredients such as Advanced Biotech’s Natural Mango Extract and Natural Mango Essence is commonly used to recreate the tropical mango flavor in products such as flavored waters, and even in flavored liquors such as vodka and rum, as well as the many pre-mixed alcoholic drinks that are available on the market.


Mango is a great, delicious fruit with a number of different applications. The flavor of mango can even be used in the creation of sweet and savory dishes, and is a common flavor addition to seafood and chicken dishes. With the mango fruit, there are few limitations, and there is a lot of room to new and unique food and beverage options.