Originally from an Irwin seedling, this high quality mango was developed by University of Hawaii. The trees are vigorous and productive. The fruit is smooth-textured, fiberless and juicy weigning 1—2 lb.
Rapoza does very well in rainy east Hawaii. There it continues to flower until it finally hits a dry spell, then produces a very good flower set. It has a lot of good qualities going for it: in coloration, production, size, and disease resistance. Another CONDO mango that can be kept at 8 ft., a mid to late season (July-August) selection, and of course its great taste makes this a winner.