Ehime Kashi No. 28
ShipmentLate November to early January
Ehime Kashi are a variety developed in Ehime Prefecture. They're noted for their jelly-like texture, sweet juice, and a unique aroma. Because of their delicate, thin peel, they're carefully grown indoors with bags over them to keep the rain off. "Beni Madonna" is a registered trademark of the National Federation of Agricultural Cooperative Associations.
Easiness to eat
- Can be peeled by hand, but it can be a little difficult to do (because the segment skin is soft).
- Segment skin
- Thin, and people generally don't mind eating it at all.
- No. (There might be a few, but it's rare.)
An exemplary breed among citrus, this one goes by the common name "mikan."
With the sweetness of a mikan and the aroma of an orange, this citrus is the best of both worlds.
This juicy, large citrus' flesh is characterized by its fresh aroma, sweetness, and moderately sour flavor.
Even among other citrus, this one's sweet, strong flavor and rich aroma are outstanding.