This Rare Hatian mango variety was recently introduced into the United States and is considered as the Queen of Hatian Mango, many even say that its quality surpassed other Hatian Mangos such as the Madam Francis.  Baptiste was selected in Haiti, where it is grown on a commercial scale. The fruit are oval, with a smooth, non-waxy skin, weighing from 8 to 16 oz. They are bright yellow to orange and are exceptionally firm, with surprisingly little fiber. The flesh is a deep orange, with a sweet flavor considered a popular dessert mango. Baptiste  is popular in Haiti, and can be found in local markets, but it is mostly unknown outside of the island. The tree is ease to manage for size and has characteristically small leaves with a light green color.