Its overall appearance makes it very desirable. Its flavour is appreciated. There is no variety that can compete with it. That’s why it is the most demanded easy-peeler on the market. The Clemenules, abbreviation of its name and place of origin: “Clementine”, a variety name, and “Nules”, a town situated in the Castellon province, is expected with open arms on all markets around these dates. And this not by chance.
It is a perfect citrus for all audiences. Optimal in size, it can be consumed at home or transported to work or school. It is easy to peel. No pips that bother when eating them. And Clemenules are also particularly sweet, very sweet even. A member of the tangerine family, it is an improved version of citrus fruit. This family has evolved over the centuries to become a joy for the human palate as, amongst other features, these fruits have significantly reduced their acidity level a characteristic trait for any other citrus.
Such a level of quality and adaptation to universal taste may pop the idea that they were designed on purpose. Quite the opposite, Clemenules were born from the spontaneously generated mutation on a tree back in Castellon in 1954. This mutation is at the origin of a variety that quickly spread due to its incomparable qualities, and it is nowadays from Spain that the Clemenules conquer the world.