Ellendale Mandarin

Ellendale Mandarin
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The Ellendale Mandarin fruit is medium to large with deep orange skin and sweet and rich flesh, which contains seeds. Ellendale mandarins are not as easy to peel as the imperial variety due to the tighter skin.

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The Ellendale Mandarin fruit is medium to large with deep orange skin and sweet and rich flesh, which contains seeds.   Ellendale mandarins are not as easy to peel as the imperial variety due to the tighter skin.

Ellendale flavour will become sweeter with storage as the acid content declines. They will last more than 3 months when stored at 3-4 C

Did you know?

The Ellendale Mandarin is named after the Ellendale Orchard which is located on the banks of the Burrum River near Bundaberg, in Queensland. It originated around 1878, and is believed to be a natural hybrid between a mandarin and an orange.

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