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Types of Clementines

Grapefruit and Pomelo
Grapefruit and Pomelo

The purpose of this article is to highlight the difference between grapefruit and pomelo. What is Grapefruit. The orange is a hybrid variety between sweet orange (C. sinesis) and pomelo (C. maxima). The grapefruit is a subtropical citrus, perennial, flowering plant, with a normal height of 5-6 m. It is originated in Barbados.

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Kumquat / Limquat
Kumquat / Limquat

Kumquats belong to the citrus family based on more than just their resemblance to oranges, clementines, and other fruits. However, some botanists classify kumquats in their own genus, Fortunella. Like many other citrus fruits, kumquats are in season during the winter.

Lemons and Limes
Lemons and Limes

Lemons are generally more sour than limes because lemons contain more citric acid and sweet limes lack citric acid. The scientific name for lemons is Citrus limon. They are oval in shape and have a very tart, acidic flavor. The two main types of lemons consumers are familiar with are the eureka and Lisbon varieties.

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Mandarins
Mandarins

Clementine and mandarin oranges are members of the citrus family just like traditional oranges, but they each taste slightly different. Clementine oranges are tiny versions of regular oranges, and they have a tart, tangy and slightly sweet flavor.

Sweet Oranges
Sweet Oranges

Clementine and mandarin oranges are members of the citrus family just like traditional oranges, but they each taste slightly different. Clementine oranges are tiny versions of regular oranges, and they have a tart, tangy and slightly sweet flavor. Mandarin oranges are sweeter and are often canned ...

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