Mandora (fruit)

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A mandora is a cross of mandarin and orange, grown on Cyprus.

It is easily mistaken for a clementine, but its skin is tougher and the fruit contains seeds. The taste is more acidic than the clementine's.

The fruit's appearance looks much like an orange, with a rough orange outside and a juicy, seedy inside. It is tougher to peel than a clementine.

The season of the mandora is from January to April.


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