This sweet winter citrus is thought to be a cross between a regular lemon and a mandarin orange. And that's what really sets it apart. They are much more lemon than they are mandarin though.
Meyer lemons are smaller and more round than regular lemons, with smoother, thin, deep yellow to orange skin, and dark yellow pulp. While they're moderately acidic, Meyer lemons don't have the same tang as regular lemons. Instead, they're much sweeter. Their rinds also have a more complex scent than regular lemons — a spicy bergamot fragrance that tastes and smells more like an herb or a spice.
Posy is a new, New Zealand variety. New Zealand’s sweetest apple is, so it’s good...
This crisp, sweet and slightly tart apple lends it's name from Braeburn Orchard near Motueka,...