First Bud Organics Homemade Mango Pickle Review (2024)
first bud organics homemade mango pickle review

First Bud Organics Mango Pickle Will Remind You Of Maa Ke Haath Ka Achaar! (2024)

The mango pickle by First Bud Organics is as close as it can get to homemade. More on flavor and price in our detailed review.

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Large, fleshy mango pieces seasoned with a perfect blend of spices make this pickle a flavor explosion. This will remind you of a homemade achaar that used to sit in the sun in a martabaan on our terraces.

Pickles can make everyday meals taste better! And attached to a jar of pickles is often nostalgia. “Maa ke haath ka“, “daadi jaisa“, or the quintessential “bachpan wala taste hai!”

Packaged pickles although available in a wide range of high-quality options, fail to capture the rustic taste of homemade pickles. We recently reviewed First Bud Organics Homemade Mango Pickle, which was featured on Shark Tank India Season 3. Our review covers parameters like taste, texture, ingredients, and other important information about this homemade pickle.

Quick snapshot of the product details: 

First Bud Organics Homemade Mango Pickle Product Details 
Price  Rs. 499 
Net Quantity  500 gm 
Shelf Life  12 months (from the date of manufacturing)
Buy Now  On Amazon 
Mishry Rating  4.5

Our Review Factors

Our review parameters is discussed as follows: 

1. Taste

Taste is the prime factor we assess when reviewing pickles. We are looking at the following points –

  • The overall seasoning: Flavor of saunf, kalonji and more
  • Tang and spice levels
  • Freshness of the pickle

Will this pickle prove to be a delicious accompaniment with your homemade meals? 

2. Texture 

In this segment we are looking at the following key points:

a. The size and cut of the mangoes: In addition to the size and cut of the mangoes, the bite of the mangoes is crucial too. How are the mangoes cut? Large chunks or small bits? Are the mango pieces too mushy? Do they retain a bite? 

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b. Ratio of mango pieces to the masala: All the pieces of mango should be adequately coated with the masala. Is an appropriate ratio balance seen here? What about the quality of oil?

3. Additional Information 

Data on the price, packaging, ingredients and shelf life was also noted here.

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First Bud Organics Homemade Mango Pickle  – Detailed Review

Price + Packaging 

This mango pickle is packed in a glass jar and sealed with a golden lid. A 500 gm glass jar has a price of Rs. 499. This comes with a shelf life of 12 months from the date of manufacturing. 

Main Ingredients 

The main ingredients are Mango, Fenugreek seeds, Black cumin, Yellow mustard, Asafoetida, Turmeric, and Chilli powder. 

The ingredients list does not include the use of preservatives or artificial flavors which is a good thing. We noticed that there is no mention of the oil used.

first bud organics homemade mango pickle packaging
This comes in a glass jar bottle.

How we tried it? 

We tasted the achar in two ways : 

  • As is 
  • With a batch of hot parathas
  • With everyday meals like dal-chaawal

Aroma + Appearance 

Appearance-wise this achar has a homestyle touch. The mango pieces are large but have clean cuts. The aroma of mustard oil tingles your nose.

Unlike most of the leading pickle brands that have a lot of oil floating, this comparatively does not seem to be that oily. But it still has oil in it. 

Taste + Texture 

The texture of this mango pickle is remarkable. The mango pieces have a pleasant softness while also retaining a bite to them. The best part is that it is not mushy or hard to bite into.

What we truly liked is the generous quantity of masala or spice blend used. This ensures that every bite results in a burst of flavor. Flavor-wise, we have no complaints. 

Fresh, authentic and with a characteristic Punjabi style touch, this pickle has a harmonious blend of saunf, cumin and fenugreek. The inclusion of mustard on the other hand adds a pungent kick and complements the other spices quite well. 

first bud organics homemade mango pickle close look
Close glimpse of the mango pickle.
first bud organics homemade mango pickle review highlights
Highlights from our review process.
Taste - 4.5/5
Texture - 4.5/5
  • Clean ingredient list 
  • Enticing aroma 
  • Large mango pieces with an apt bite
  • The mango pieces are adequately seasoned

If you are craving for fresh homemade achar, we highly recommend trying First Bud Organics Homemade Mango Pickle.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Here are some interesting FAQs on First Bud Organics Homemade Mango Pickle Review:

No. There are no artificial flavors involved in the making of this mango pickle.

This has 12 months of shelf life from the date of manufacturing.

As suggested, make sure to store the pickle in a cool and dry place away from moisture or water to ensure a longer shelf life. In addition, be sure to retain the layer oil to ensure a long shelf life. 

Also, when taking out the pickle from the jar, always make use of a fresh and dry spoon.

This pickle is not spicy. Rather it showcases a balanced flavor profile.

Our Verdict

This homemade mango pickle is made using everyday ingredients found in our kitchens, resulting in a clean ingredient list. Unlike commercially available pickles, it is free of preservatives and artificial colorings. Each bite of this homemade pickle bursts with flavor, as the mango pieces are seasoned with just the right amount of masala. We loved the texture of the mango pieces too.

Aam ka achaar is best paired with… Leave a comment with your favorite pairing!

Our reviews are unbiased and all samples used during the reviews were paid for by us. Read our entire ethics statement here.

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