Minneola Tangelos a.k.a. Honeybells
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What are Minneola Tangelos?
Minneola Tangelos are a cross between red grapefruit and tangerines. Some people are more familiar with this fruit under the name “Honeybell”, but that name is an actual brand name of the Florida-grown Minneola Tangelo. Sometimes our fruit comes from Florida, and sometimes from California.
Minneola Tangelos are considered a zipper-skin fruit, because the peel USUALLY zips right off. They’re very juicy, very sweet, and very flavorful. As kids, my brother and I loved Minneola Tangelos more than any other winter time fruit. A lot of other people must really like these too because they are one of the most sought after citrus fruits on the web.
Minneola Tangelos are nearly seedless.
Minneola Tangelos are only available for about a month in January. Don’t miss out! Sign up for our emails and we’ll let you know when we’re taking orders.
How long will they keep?
Due to their high sugar content, Minneola Tangelos won’t keep as long as oranges. Make sure you keep them in the fridge; there, they’ll keep for up to 3 weeks.