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Organic Blood Orange hydrosol Rosemary Garden 250ml

Organic Blood Orange hydrosol Rosemary Garden 250ml

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Description

Latin Name: Citrus sinensis 
Origin: USA
Edible: Yes
10ml
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Blood_orange
Blood orange
BloodOrange.jpg
A sliced blood orange
Species Citrus × sinensis
Cultivar group Blood orange cultivars
Origin Southern Mediterranean, 18th Century
Cultivar group members
  • 'Tarocco' (native to Italy)
  • 'Sanguinello' (native to Spain)
  • 'Moro' (Sicily)


The blood orange is a variety of orange (Citrus × sinensis) with crimson, almost blood-colored flesh.

The distinctive dark flesh color is due to the presence of anthocyanins, a family of antioxidant pigments common to many flowers and fruit, but uncommon in citrus fruits.[1] Chrysanthemin (cyanidin 3-O-glucoside) is the main compound found in red oranges.[2] The flesh develops its characteristic maroon color when the fruit develops with low temperatures during the night.[3] Sometimes, dark coloring is seen on the exterior of the rind, as well, depending on the variety of blood orange. The skin can be tougher and harder to peel than that of other oranges. Blood oranges have a unique flavor compared to other oranges, being distinctly raspberry-like in addition to the usual citrus notes.[3]

A ripe blood orange

The blood orange is a natural mutation of the orange, which is itself a hybrid, probably between the pomelo and the tangerine,[4] Within Europe, the arancia rossa di Sicilia (red orange of Sicily) has Protected Geographical Status.[5] In the Land of Valencia, it was introduced in the second half of the 19th century.[6]


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