These small â€œpicoâ€ mangoes were all over the markets last weekend. Iâ€™m not sure if they are just mutant carabao mangoes or an altogether different species of the fruit, but they are attractive and delicious. The photos donâ€™t really convey how small some of these were but weight wise they were probably just 30-35% of the normal large Cebu or Guimaras mangoes that I usually buy. I have been trying to cut back on my meal/dessert portions so I figured if I ate smaller mangoes I would save on the calories. It didnâ€™t work the first time around because I ended up eating four halves of small mango instead of two large halvesâ€¦ but at any rate, the flavor was intense and the sweetness would rival that of a much larger mango. These are also terrific in mango shakes, ice candy, and other desserts. Six to eight halves could easily fit in a normal sized dinner plate. If you had reliable access to this version of the fruit, you could see it used in restaurant dessert plates and as part of well put together fruit platters or just eat it peeled like a monkey mightâ€¦ grab some if you see them at the markets from PHP55-70 a kilo, depending on low or high rent district!