A representative example of early-ripening mandarin oranges that are widely cultivated nationwide.
A moderately sweet, well-balanced variety of acidity.
They are harvested by the end of the year, stored in a cellar as mandarin oranges, and shipped as stored mandarins in spring.
The sour taste is almost lost during storage, and it is characterized by being very sweet.
We grow Mexican limes in our garden. It is said that this variety is juicy and has a distinctive aroma. You can taste them for only a short period from late September to October.
The aroma is rather modest, but the skin is a thin variety.
They are used to add flavor to food dishes.
In our garden, we grow a variety called Lisbon that is native to Portugal.
The first thing to harvest is the "green cut lemon" which is greenish throughout.
Those that we store will be shipped until spring.
It is a variety that can be easily peeled by hand like mandarins and has an orange-like flavor.
We will harvest and ship them from the end of December.
A special feature is that the calyx is raised. They have a rich taste with high sugar content and less acidity. In some cases, the calyx is not raised, but the taste is the same.
Compared with summer oranges, they have less acidity and are easy to eat.
You can enjoy a refreshing sweet and sour taste.
We will harvest and ship them from around April.