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Clementine Oranges

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“Clementines are the tiniest of the mandarins. Imported from Spain, Morocco, and other parts of North Africa, clementines are a cross between a sweet orange and a Chinese mandarin. They are small, very sweet, and usually seedless. Most people think of clementines as small tangerines, but they’re a different variety entirely, with a distinctive taste. The Clementine is an excellent eating orange. Its small size and lack of seeds make it particularly popular with kids.”

 

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adrian
adrian posted over 7 years ago

I’ve never heard or seen of them before. Where are they from? :)

ashleylizzy
ashleylizzy posted over 7 years ago

It’s a type of mandarin orange from Spain, Morocco, and Northern Africa.

Kawaii_Kaien
Kawaii_Kaien posted over 5 years ago

there my absolute fav i eat it as soon as i see one

FerretOnCrack
FerretOnCrack posted over 5 years ago

yummy

hyme
hyme posted over 5 years ago
What is happening to the Clementine??  When it first came out, it was super delicious - sweet, distinct taste, and easy to peel.  Now the Clementine they sell taste like miniature orange (as far as I am concern, they are mini orange), hard to peel, no Clementine taste, and sour.  I don't even bother to buy them anymore unless I can see the Clementine skin looks loose (like the original Clementine I've seen).  Can you tell me why they changed the Clementine?  it was like a remake of the Red Delicious Apple sega.  I'm sure the Clementine industry lost a lot of customers because of it.

I did by chance this last week found some Mandarine orange that taste just like the Clementine I enjoyed many years ago.  In fact it's pretty much the same (tasty and easy to peel) and I did bought a whole load of it.

My question is what happened to the Clementine that used to be so tasty and easy to peel?  Was it because the newer breed that happens to have the orange taste is more resistant to fungi?