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Citrus

Mandarin (4)

Finger Limes

Finger Limes

Finger limes are a micro-citrus originally discovered growing wild in Australia. The interior pulp can best be described as citrus pearls, or citrus caviar.

Kumquat

Kumquat

The smallest member of the citrus family, kumquats, like their larger relatives, originated in China

Lemon

Lemon

Lemons are heavily utilized as a flavoring agent in various forms. The fruit is oblong shaped, with pointed ends. Its aromatic skin is semi-thick, porous and laden with essential oils.

Lemon- Meyer

Lemon- Meyer

The Meyer is most likely a cross between a lemon and a mandarin.  Meyer lemons are yellow and rounder than a true lemon.

Limes

Limes

Like lemons, Limes are too acidic to eat out of hand, but their juice can used to brighten the flavor of other ingredients.

Orange, Blood

Orange, Blood

Blood oranges are characterized with an interesting and complex flavor when compared to other oranges.

Orange, Cara Cara

Orange, Cara Cara

Cara Cara is a type of navel orange with a distinctive pinkish red flesh that is characterized by a sweet cranberry-like flavor, seedless and when ripe, tender and extremely juicy with bright citrus aromatics.

Orange, Navel

Orange, Navel

The navel orange is a ubiquitous orange variety; its thick, deep-colored, smooth but pebbled rind is easy to peel with crisp, juicy segments that separate easily.

Orange, Valencia

Orange, Valencia

Valencia oranges are large, very juicy fruit, with little to no seeds and excellent flavor.

Pummelo aka Pommelo and Pomelo

Pummelo aka Pommelo and Pomelo

The pummelo is a large oversized sweet, mild grapefruit, weighing 2-3 pounds each with thick skin, white flesh and tart flavor. It has very little, or none, of the common grapefruit's bitterness, but the pith around the segments is bitter.