Honey Tangerines, also known as Murcott Oranges, are grown only in the state of Florida. The actual origin of this fruit is a bit of a mystery, but we do know that it's a cross between the Tangerine and Orange, also known as a Tangor. Perhaps the sweetest Tangerine there is and often compared to Honeybells, the juice of Honey Tangerines can be used to impart its fresh, sweet citrus flavors to desserts, salad dressings, and stir fries. Each 20-pound box holds an average of 40-48 fruits. Available to ship in early February.
No Express or Priority delivery. A street address is required for delivery (cannot ship to post office box).