It is sometimes incorrectly spelled Torbet or Tolbert. Semi-dwarf, juicy & colorful mango. The original tree was grown from a seed planted on the property of Tommy Torbert in Goulds, Florida. Haden was the likely parent of Torbert. Torbert was re-introduced to the United States in 1981 from a Torbert tree that had been planted in Honduras. Fruit has a round, almost spherical shape, similar to the shape of the Cushman mango. The fruit average about a pound in weight at maturity. The skin is orange-yellow in color with red blush covering much of the skin. The skin is thick and the fruit handle well. The flesh is moderately fibrous and is yellow in color. It has a mildly sweet flavor and light aroma, and contains a polyembryonic seed.The fruit typically ripen from June to July in Florida. Torberts fruit production is considered good and consistent. The trees are moderately vigorous growers.