Variety: Mandarinquats

Variety Overview

Mandarinquats are a cross between a mandarin and a kumquat. The small, bell-shaped fruit is eaten with the bright orange skin on. The skin has a sweet flavor while the flesh is tart, giving it a unique flavor.


  • Specialty Citrus
  • Citrus
  • Small, orange, bell-shaped fruit

  • Segmented orange flesh

  • Sweet-tart taste

  • An average mandarinquat is about 2 inches long

  • Orange

  • Bell-shaped

  • Yes
  • Small, white, oblong

  • December-April

  • Photo courtesy World Variety Produce

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