The Seville is a ‘bitter’ as opposed to a ‘sweet’ orange. This is a medium to large, thick-skinned orange with high levels of bitterness and acidity. The majority are used for marmalade, though they are also used for juice production and the skin yields good citrus oil.
Grown in: Seville and Málaga in southern Spain.
Harvest & Availability:
January to February: from Spain