About Seville Oranges
These zingy Spanish oranges are used worldwide for making the perfect marmalade and are only in season from the end of December until February. Available in 4kg and 8kg boxes.
Seville Oranges, also known as Bitter Oranges or Sour Oranges, originate from the Seville region of Spain. They're typically too bitter to eat as a stand alone fruit but mix them with sugars and lemons and they make the perfect orange marmalade.
They're also used in a variety of strong orange flavoured liqueurs including Cointreau and Triple Sec.
They have a tough, dimply skin that contains lots of essential oils which are completely edible and also used in cosmetics and fragrances.