Time to Order Florida Honeybells!

Don’t delay; place your order for luscious Florida honeybells today! The peerless king of the Florida citrus world, honeybells are only available during the month of January and can only be grown in one narrow strip of land along the east coast of central Florida where the soil, temperature, sunlight and rainfall create ideal conditions for the development of this exotic Florida citrus fruit.

You only have 31 days to enjoy this incredibly sweet and juicy Florida citrus treat, but there is no better way to start off the new year than with a bite into the incredible juicy sweetness of a Florida honeybell. Florida Orange will begin shipping honeybell orders in just two weeks. Our first honeybell shipments will go out the week of January 2, 2012. You’ll want to order several trays of our delicious Florida honeybells to get maximum enjoyment from this amazing fruit’s very short season.

Inarguably the sweetest and juiciest of all Florida citrus fruit varieties, Florida honeybells are actually tangelos, a citrus hybrid of tangerines and grapefruit. The common name of this exotic fruit is a combination of the honeybell’s shape and flavor. Honeybells have an incredible honey-like sweetness and an ovoid shape. The distinctive knob that protrudes from one end of the fruit gives honeybells their bell-like appearance.

Don’t miss your opportunity to ring in the new year with delicious Florida honeybells. Place your Florida honeybell order on FloridaOrange.com today.

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