Florida Honeybells
(Minneola Tangelo)

Available: January

Price: TBD

2/5 bushel box, approx. 18-20 lb

Count: 24, 28, 32, 36, 40
(count indicates size, fewer in a box means larger fruit)

If you've never tried a Honeybell you're missing out on the Cadillac of citrus! Bursting with flavor, they're called "Honeybells" because of their honey-sweet flavor and unique bell shape. They are a cross between a super sweet Duncan grapefruit and a Dancy tangerine, and typically are only harvested in January. Often Honeybells can be seedless, and come in varying sizes. The Honeybell is a premium eating-orange, with sweet honey flavor and very easy to peel with so much juice they say you need to sit in a bathtub to eat them!