It's no surprise why Honey Tangerines are the most widely grown tangerine. They are sweet, juicy, and just all around yummy. This proud Florida native tangerine got its name from Charles Murcott Smith who is thought to have developed this tangerine in the early 1920's through natural pollination of a Sweet Orange and a tangerine (big thanks to those hard working bees). It got its name Honey Tangerine from, you guessed it, its sweet taste, in fact it's the sweetest variety of tangerine. So honey, you can’t go wrong with these.
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The smell of orange blossoms, the sights of a sunrise over the grove and the communion of nature that happens daily on the farm…
A new way to eat a tangerine! Not very conventional but pretty practical, unrolling your tangerine takes a few short steps. First, cut off the top and bottom of the tangerine. Make sure you don’t cut too far in, so that you just barely cut into the flesh. Cut one slit into the skin (again, don’t cut into the juicy flesh!) and gently roll the tangerine out into a strip. Simple as that!
Harvesting citrus is an art. You have to have good weather conditions and the fruit has to be perfectly ripe. Our growers are citrus aficionados and are constantly out in the groves caring for and evaluating their crops. We send our citrus out fresh going straight from the grower to you so it may take some time for it to arrive. Expect it to arrive within 5-7 business days.
Are you ready to give or receive some happy mail? Our citrus is carefully packed in recyclable cartons with food safe wax tissue. We give customers the option of including a custom gift message.