• Pomelo



The pomelo originated from a crossing of 'pompelmoes' and grapefruit. The fruit of the pomelo is a fairly large, round or pear-shaped citrus fruit with a smooth, thick, white-yellow skin. The taste is slightly bitter, but sweeter than that of the grapefruit. The flesh is sometimes white and sometimes red.

  • Sudachi

Sudachi lime


This small lime, originally from Japan, is related to the Yuzu and another citrus variety that is related to the Koji and Tachibana oranges and has a slightly spicier taste than a regular lime. The lime is originally from Japan, where it’s very popular and often used in traditional Japanese dishes. But also popsicles, sorbet and cocktails are often used in this delicious fruit.

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  • Yuzu



Yuzu is a citrus fruit with a bumpy skin, which contains an aromatic taste and thus gives beautiful accents to dishes. Compared to lemon, yuzu is less sharp. Yuzu is also used in Japan for bathing. The peel has a wonderful aroma and acidid heat claims to reduce the colds and relax the mind. This is called yuzuyu.

  • Loomi



Loomi is a small lime that is cooked in brine until rock hard. This gives them an intense citrus flavor, but with an earthy and smoky undertone. Loomi is a staple of Iranian cuisine. It is widely used by world-renowned chef Yotan Ottolenghi.

  • Meyer citroen

Meyer lemon


A Meyer lemon is a cross between a lemon and a pomelo / mandarin hybrid. In appearance it resembles a regular lemon, but slightly rounder and the color is slightly more orange when ripe. A meyer lemon is sweeter and less acidic than a regular lemon.

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  • Kafir Lime Leaves

Kaffir Lime Leaves


Kaffir Lime Leaves are the leaves of the... How surprising... Kaffir lime! These shiny, dark green leaves grow together in leaf pairs, with a larger and smaller leaf. The leaves are often very finely chopped and used in dishes or stewed and removed before eating.

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  • Limequat



Lime we love it! This sour aromatic citrus fruit is wonderfully versatile and gives an instant tropical touch to any dish. Limes are therefore used worldwide! The fruit is round and green with sometimes a yellow `belly` and contains 9 fragrant segments.

  • Ugly fruit

Ugly fruit


Where the name ugli comes from is pretty clear. Ugli fruit does not look very appetizing with its green-yellow, wrinkled and crumpled skin. But "don't judge a book by its cover". The Jamaican citrus fruit is a incredibly flavourful, sweet citrus fruit. A combination of mandarin, grapefruit and orange.

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  • Sweety



This citrus fruit looks a bit like a green grapefruit but is slightly larger and a lot sweeter. The Sweetie has a thick green-yellow skin and the flesh has a light yellow color. The taste is very sweet and owes it the name Sweetie.

  • Orri mandarine

Orri mandarine


The Orri is one of the tastiest tangerines currently on the market. The Orri mandarin is quite loose in the skin and full of sweet juice. That is why it is a wonderfully healthy snack with few seeds!

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  • Mandared



Mandared is a special citrus fruit with soft, sweet-sour and red-tinted flesh. The skin has a beautiful orange-red colour. The more the fruit ripens on the tree, the more the red glow emerges!

  • Limequat



A limequat is essentially a cross between a kumquat and a lime. You can eat this small, green citrus fruit with the skin and all and the taste is just like you are used to from a regular lime: sour and a bit bitter.

  • kumquats



Kumquats are small citrus fruits that can be eaten in whole even the skin! The taste of the skin is sweet, slightly bitter and is delicious in combination with the sour pulp. Cut them into slices for a salad or eat them as a healthy snack.

  • Kaffir lime

Kaffir lime


The kaffir lime is all about the zest. This particular wrinkled peel is used for its intense aroma. Not surprisingly is that this wonderful scent is often used in perfumes! But as a flavor to spice your dinner up it is also a beautiful product. You can grate the skin and use it in curries and bumbu, for example.

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  • Grapefruit



Grapefruit is a cross between a grapefruit and an pomelo. For those who appreciate a bit of bitterness, the grapefruit is a delicious piece of fruit. The citrus fruit has a yellow to orange-coloured skin with a pink blush and the flesh is red, pink or white.

  • etrog



This gigantic lemon is very special! Etrog lemons are sometimes 5 times larger than normal lemons. The distinctive thick skin is yellow and fragrant with a thick white mesocarp underneath and the flesh is light green. Etrog plays an important ritual role in the Jewish feast of tabernacles.

  • Choco sinaasappel

Choco orange


A chocolate orange? Yes… But don't expect a chocolate flavour. This special and delicious orange owns its name to its dark colour. The skin of this orange is more brown than a normal orange. It is a delicious navel orange with a very sweet taste and wonderfully juicy.

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  • Cara cara sinaasappel

Cara cara orange


The cara cara orange is in first instance like a normal orange fruit. But when you cut the fruit in halve a delighted, soft pink colour appears. The orange is sweet and taste more complex than a normal orange.

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  • Buddha hand

Buddha hand


Buddha hand (also called Buddha fingers) is a special name for a special looking fruit. A kind of lemon 'gone wild'. It has a sweet, lemony aroma and no juice or pulp. The mild-tasting white part of the Buddha hand is not bitter, unlike most citrus fruits.

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  • Moro blood orange

Moro blood orange


These beautiful oranges have a nice red blush and the flesh has a beautiful red colour. The most delicious blood oranges come from Sicily and are also called Moros. They only grow there on the fertile slopes of the Etna volcano.

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  • Bitter orange

Bitter orange


This orange bitter variety is similar to the sweet variety but with a complete different taste. The pulp of the orange is like the name already suggest very bitter. Fun fact: essential oils are extracted from the blossom of bitter orange that are used in perfumes, cola and liqueur.

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  • Bergamot



Bergamot is also known under the name ‘’lucky fruit’’. It is a crossing between a lemon and a bitter orange. The pulp of this citrus fruit has a calming and uplifting effect. It is therefore not surprising that this Italian citrus fruit is often used in perfumes, but also in the well-known Earl Gray tea. The citrus fruit gets its name from the place where it comes from: the Italian city of Bergamo.

  • Amalfi lemon

Amalfi lemon


The Amalfi lemon is sweeter than a normal lemon and has an edible peel. It is therefore used in the process of making of the famous liquor Limoncello.

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  • Fingerlimes



Finger limes can best be described as citrus caviar. Juice bursts from the tiny pearls when bitten, resulting in a fresh-sour taste.

  • Calamansi



Intro: The ‘lucky few’ who have visited the Philippines might have had a taste of the refreshing orange coloured lemonade. This lemonade is made from calamansi, a little round citrus.

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