My parents are fond of giving us these small honey mandarin oranges whenever they are in season. Also known as satsuma orange or Citrus unshiu, they are mostly sweet and seedless.
It took me a while to accept this fruit because they are from you-know-where. On second thoughts, the exterior looks imperfect and without the tinge of artificial bright orange I usually see in China naval oranges. So I took a gamble and peeled one fruit. It looked decent enough to be eaten and so we started eating it. It wasn’t super sweet but sufficient for Hannah to say it was ‘yums’. Okay, I shall close one eye on this one.