Algerian Mandarin

algerian-tangerine-transUnlike thugs with hearts of stone and irreconcilable nicknames like Bugsy, Sonny, Fifi, or Baby Face, mandarins have truly sweet pseudonyms. The clementine is sometime called “The Algerian” because it was reportedly discovered in Algeria, but its more common name, the clementine, is in reference to the monk Father Clement who discovered the hybrid in an orphanage garden.

Storage Tips

Mandarins can be stored at room temperature for a couple of weeks or refrigerated for up to several weeks. Keep away from direct sunlight and heat.
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