Fortune

 

Season: The harvesting starts at the beginning of March and finishes in the end of April.

It’s a hybrid between Clementina Fina and the tangerine tree Dancy, coming from California. It first appeared in Spain in 1966. It is a late ripening variety.

The tangerine is medium size and it is bright reddish orange, although it turns pale in the sun. The rind reaches that bright orange colour at least two months before the fruit is completely ripe. The pulp is tender and melting, plenty of juice with a great amount of sugar and acids. Fruits retain their juice on the tree long after their ripening.

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Tangerine which stands out for its flavor and fragrance.

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It is very easy to be peeled.