Tasty, intense and aromatic. Our mandarins are harvested at the key moment of ripening. Of all the mandarin varieties, which one is your favourite?
This variety belongs to the clementine family and was discovered in 1994 in Valencia. It is a natural mutation of the Oronules, highly appreciated for its abundance of juice and sweet flavour. It is one of the earliest of the season.
Appeared in Nules, Castellón, in the 70's, this variety of clementine is easy to peel, has no seeds and is very sweet. It is also one of the first to ripen, which makes it a must for back to school lunch boxes.
It is one of the most cultivated clementines in Spain. The harvesting period is very long, from the end of October to February. So, wherever you are, enjoying quality mandarins is easy with Sanllo.
Under its sensitive skin, this hybrid mandarin, holds within it the natural goodness that is tree-ripened fruit. We cultivate this variety with care and attention as it is one of the most delicate.
Small, flattened and almost reddish orange, this mandarin hybrid from Morocco is very easy to identify, not only because of its appearance but also because of its flavour, which is balanced between the acids and sugars typical of this fruit.
This mandarin of Israeli origin is considered the queen of mandarins. Relatively young, it has been on the market for barely a decade, this variety stands out for being late, and therefore can be consumed from January to May.
Like the Orri, this is a late mandarin of excellent quality. It is a variety protected by the University of California and at Sanllo we work to guarantee the origin and provenance of the fruit we export.
This hybrid between orange and mandarin is capable of generating an explosion of juice in every mouthful, it is often mistaken for an orange because of its large size. With the arrival of spring in the Mediterranean, we begin to harvest them.