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These members of the mandarin family have a reddish orange skin that is thick, but easily peeled! Their flesh is bright orange and super sweet.
Pomelos have a thick, soft, yellow-pink rind and a sweet flesh that is less acidic. Pick a pomelo that is blemish-free, fragrant and heavy for its size for extra juiciness.
Oro Blancos are a cross between a pommelo and a grapefruit. They have a thick skin and a bitter membrane, but inside their flesh is sweet, juicy and low in acid.
Mandarins are seedless, sweet and have a notoriously low acidity level. They are known as the ‘zipper fruit’ – their peel ‘zips’ off easily!
This grapefruit has a smoother and thinner peel compared to other grapefruits. It also has a sweeter flesh without the bitterness typical of its cousins.
Taste like a mix of tangerine and pomelo.They have a sweet, tart, tangy flavour. Best enjoyed eaten on their own or as a substitute in recipes calling for mandarin or sweet oranges.
Kumquats are small, sweet oval-shaped fruits that are eaten raw, cooked, candied, pickled or preserved in marmalades.
Meyer Lemons have an aromatic juice that is sweet and less acidic. Their smooth skin is great for zesting!
Moro blood oranges have a juicy flesh that is best enjoyed fresh, but they also make flavourful sorbets!
Melogold grapefruits share similar roots to Oro Blancos, but they have a thinner skin, larger fruit sections and their shape is similar to a pommelo. This variety is sweet, juicy and low in acid!
The T’orange is the largest lemon-type fruit grown by Buck Brand. They have a sweet aroma, and a lemon flavour that is fresh and clean tasting, but without the bitterness typical of lemons.
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