A kind of orange, much like the mandarin, but of deeper color and higher flavor. It is said to have been produced in America from the mandarin.
A small orange citrus fruit. Mandarins and satsumas are varieties of tangerine.
A sweet tangy aroma. Used as an astringent for oily skin.
(USA) Originally known as mandarin, and a native of the Far East, tangerine was brought to America in the mid - 1800's where it was renamed. Its sweet, citrus aroma is derived thorugh cold expression form the peel of the fruit.
Sparkling, sweet and citrus. Refreshing. Benefits: Helps purify and refresh oily skin.
Latin name: Citrus reticulata. Family: Rutaceae. Cold pressed from the tangerine peel and imported from Brazil. It has an sweet, citrus scent. Some traditional uses: for relieving muscle spasms, to soothe and calm nerves, for stress relief and relaxation, to stimulate the liver and increase lymphatic drainage. May cause skin sensitivity to bright sunlight. Emotional profile: to heal inner child issues, for relieving anxiety, obsession with the past, emotional trauma. Blends with: spice oils, nutmeg, clove bud, lemon, neroli, bergamot, lime, orange and grapefruit. future formulations
a variety of mandarin orange
any of various deep orange mandarins grown in the United States and southern Africa
a reddish to vivid orange color
of a strong reddish orange color
Citrus fruit. Properties Antiseptic, antispasmodic cytophylactic, depurative, sedative, stomachic, tonic.
A thin-skinned citrus fruit descended from the mandarin orange. It has a delicate, somewhat spicy tart. Named after the African city of Tangiers (even though they originated in China).
A small orange citrus fruit. What the United States calls tangerines are called mandarins elsewhere in the world. They are loose-skinned oranges. The best is the clementine -- the small, flattened, seedless fruit that is easier to peel, has less pith, and is sweeter than all other tangerines.
A generic name given to numerous small orange citrus...
The Tangerine (Citrus reticulata) is an orange or red colored citrus fruit, a type of mandarin orange.
Tangerine is a shade of orange that resembles the tangerine fruit. There is also a version of yellow sometimes called tangerine or more commonly school bus yellow.