The origin of this variety, which is thought to be a Murcott and Clementine hybrid, is Morocco. This variety is known as W Murcott in California and Nadorcott in Morocco.

W Murcott appeals to both the eyes and the palate of consumers with its smooth peel, bright deep orange skin color, sweet taste like honey and unique aroma.

The shell can be easily peeled off. Since it is a late growing tangerine, it is harvested between January and February. This feature makes this fruit very valuable for buyers with late markets.

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