The Honeybell’s name comes from its flavor, form, and family tree. Its nectarous taste and unique bell shape give it its first name, while its ancestors -- the tangerine and pomelo (A.K.A. grapefruit) merge to form its last. More specifically, the Honeybell descends from the Dancy tangerine and the Duncan grapefruit. The result is an incredibly easy-to-peel fruit with savory sweetness. Like all good things, however, the Honeybell season comes to an end -- and quickly. Available in January only, so order now!
Available in Januaryand February only
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|These oranges are the sweetest, juiciest oranges. We cant wait every year for January to get them!|
|This is by far the best orange Ive ever had!!!|
|- MIster Baby, NY|
|The best part of January!||12/20/2012|
|Melt in your mouth, outrageously delicious orange!|
|- Christine Henry, NJ|
|I wait every year to order these! Originally a gift from a friend, our family is hooked on this delicious fruit and friends enjoy them when I share. I will get them from no other company because the quality is exceptional!|
|- Ginger Smith, MD|
|I send these to our relatives up north and they all rave about them..They arrive in january and my mother in law says they are a welcome change in the middle of winter.|
|- Beth M, FL|
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