Florida Honeybells (Minneola Tangelo)
If you've never tried Honeybells you're missing out! 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 Darcy tangerine, and typically only available in January. Often Honeybells can be seedless, and come in varying sizes – from mini honeybell to jumbo-sized honeybells . A honeybell orange is shaped like a bell, and is a premium eating-orange, with sweet honey flavor and very easy to peel with so much juice you'll need a bib!