'Golden Lippens' gained some notoriety for its flavor and excellent production characteristics, and was later sold as nursery stock for home planting on a limited scale.
The fruit is of oblong shape and typically contains a small lateral beak at the bottom. The skin turns yellow at maturity, often with a light pink colored blush. The flesh is yellow and fiberless, with a rich sweet flavor and contains a monoembryonic seed. Fruit production of 'Golden Lippens' tends to be high in Florida, where the fruit typically matures from June to July. At maturity the fruit ranges from a pound to 2 pounds in weight.
The tree is of medium size and is a vigorous grower. It has an open and upright canopy.
- Campbell, Richard J. (1992). A Guide to Mangos in Florida. Fairchild Tropical Garden. p. 67. ISBN 0-9632264-0-1.