Late Ciaculli Bio Mandarin
It is discovered in the 40s and is a spontaneous mutation of the Havana Mandarin: a new variety that ripens later, from February to April.
It is characterized by a thin skin of intense orange color, slightly adherent to the segments and which is easily detached from the pulp. The fruit has a round shape flattened at the poles and is very rich in juice.
The Late Ciaculli is also rich in vitamins B1 and B2, which stimulate appetite, digestion and improve the respiratory system.
Fragrant, sweet and with few seeds: a full of vitamin C!
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