Orange Navelina: this variety is very
productive and its flavour is very sweet. Navelinas
Oranges are great for taking as a dessert. Are collected
during the first days of October until middle of
Orange Navelate: Navelate oranges are juicy and
very sweet. They can be eaten from late February to late
Orange Lane Late: This orange has thin skin and
fewer limonene. These oranges are harvested in January
and remain in the markets until late May.
Orange Salustiana: this variety of orange has a
slightly rough and thickened bark. Salustianas Oranges
almost contain no seeds and are high in sweet and tasty
juice, which is ideal to squeeze. The picking is made
from December and lasts until April.
Valencia Late Orange: This variety is the most
important in the world. This orange is a little bit
elongated, with thin and consistent crust, and its pulp
has very good colour and high juice content. The taste
of Valencia Late orange is very acidic and has no seeds.
Its maturation is late, between April and July.
Clemenrubi: The pulp has extraordinary
organoleptic characteristics due to its juice
contents and the excellent compensation of sugars,
acids and aromatic compounds. No seeds. It is an
early variety, its fruits are harvested from
Oronules: The fruit is small, its reddish
orange colour is very attractive, the flesh is
tender, with good juice content, and pleasant taste.
It is very early, can be collected from late
Clemenules: Has adequate juice content of high
quality. No seeds. The collection can be started a
few days after Clementine, showing off a tendency to
Clemenvilla: It is medium-large caliber. Its
reddish orange colour is very attractive: its
leathery, thin and shiny skin presents radial
grooves. Is adhered to the pulp which is often
difficult to peel. No seeds. Harvesting takes place
Marisol: The fruit is of good size and the flesh
tender and melting, with high juice content slightly
acidulous. No seeds. The characteristics of this
strain are similar to those of clementine Oroval
from which essentially differs in that fruit
maturity occurs about two weeks before.
Ortanique: It is medium to large size, very
flattened stylar area, with a very marked areola. It
is difficult to peel and always with great
detachment of essential oils. The pulp is melting,
with a high quantity of juice, with good balance
between acids and sugars.
Nadorcot: A tangerine late, is in perfect conditions
to be collected in middle of February, stretching
its picking until April. The fruit is deep red
colour and with a natural glow very attractive.
Hernandina: The size, shape, juice content
and organoleptic characteristics of the fruit are
similar to those of Clementine, but the full colour
of the fruit reaches about two months later. No
seeds. Late harvest, middle of February.