Honeybell tangelos just might offer you the perfect mixture of delicious tastes, nutritional impact, and easy to use convenience. Honeybells aren’t the most famous fruit, but among those who really value their fresh citrus fruit, this tangy, tantalizing fruit hybrid combination is a definite favorite.
Honeybells are Easy to Pack
Anyone who’s packed or carried fresh fruit any kind of distance knows that fresh citrus fruit frequently gets mashed up, bruised, or battered in transport. Though that doesn’t always affect the taste, it can make eating the fruit pulp a messy, sticky affair. The Honeybell doesn’t suffer from any such drawbacks, however. The Honeybell tangelo’s rind is durable enough to handle the busiest lifestyle, even while its bell-shaped design makes easy to pack and fit into even close spaces.
Honeybells are also what some fruit lovers describe as “a glass of juice in ball form.” Honeybells feature an amazing amount of fresh citrus fruit juice, even seemingly too much to be contained in such a petite and charming size. Yet the Honeybell juice is abundant, tarty and sweet at the same time, and packed with healthy ingredients.
Honeybells Are Mysterious
Honeybell tangelos are a hybrid fruit combining parts of the Duncan grapefruit and the Dancy tangerine. Perhaps the greatest surprise is the mystery of the Honeybell’s lack of seeds. Even though both its “parents” contain seeds within their pulps, Honeybells don’t contain any seeds at all. Combined with the easy-to-peel rind and succulent pulp, the Honeybell presents the perfect for enjoying without a lot of messy cleanup.
But Honeybells aren’t just convenient; they’re powerfully nutritious, too. Honeybells contain rich amounts of Vitamin A, Vitamin C, and many recommended daily nutrients. Honeybells are also rich in fiber, Calcium, and protein. They’re sort of like a meal in themselves, representing everything you can get from the four food groups: calcium and dairy products, protein from meats, fiber from breads, and vitamins from fruits themselves. That’s a lot of nutrition to come in a single delicious package!
Honeybells Are Available For a Limited Time
Honeybells are harvested during the winter months of December and January, so the freshest Honeybell fruit is available for only a short time each year. Honeybells are packaged in delightful fruit baskets, towers, and bowls, making their visual appeal just as enticing as their tastes. Honeybell farms recommend you order well in advance, too, to allow for availability.