Premium Mikan Sanuki Beni (approx. 1.2 kg)/ fresh orange/ from Kagawa [26~27th July Delivery]

Sale price$79.90

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  • Order now to receive on 26-27th July.
  • This item can only be delivered on the above date. Even if you choose a different date, this item will be delivered separately on the above date.


Delivery date: 26~27th July
Depending on harvest conditions, the delivery date may be changed or the variety may be switched to another variety of the same grade.


Product description:

Discovered at Yukiharu Obara's farm in Sakaide City, Kagawa Prefecture in 1972.
It is an original variety of Kagawa Prefecture and is produced only in Kagawa Prefecture.

Suitable Climate for Growing Mandarin Oranges
Kagawa Prefecture has low annual precipitation, which is a problem for those who live there, but it is a very good environment for mandarin oranges!
The lack of watering stresses the trees, resulting in a more concentrated sweetness and richness.


Characteristics of Sanuki Beni

  • It is an original variety produced only in Kagawa prefecture.
  • "Sanuki Beni" is grown in limited garden areas with good sunlight and drainage.
  • The reddish color of its rind, which makes it a very popular mikan due to its unusual appearance.
  • Is selected by sensors based on brix level 12.5.
  • Not only is it sweet, but it has a refreshing aftertaste.
  • The peel is thin and easy to peel by hand.
  • Rich in vitamin C.
  • Contain citric acid, which is believed to help relieve fatigue.

How to taste/ enjoy

  • Recommended way to eat
    • The rind is thin and easy to peel by hand, so it can be peeled and eaten by hand
    • Temperature management: Storing mandarins in the fridge can reduce their sweetness. Let them return to room temperature before eating.
    • Ripening: Place slightly sour mandarins in a warm spot for a few days to increase sweetness. Be careful not to leave them too long to avoid spoilage.

  • Food that goes well with?
    • Dairy products such as yogurt and milk.
  • Easy Recipes: mandarin peel
    • It is very fragrant and delicious eaten as is or in cakes and cookies.

*The mandarin in the picture are not "Sanuki Beni"


  • mandarin orange peel: As much as you want.
  • sugar: 1 tablespoon per 1 tangerine peel


      1. Put chopped mandarin orange peels in a bowl.
      2. Pour hot water into the bowl and stir it around.
      3. When the water becomes limp, drain the water in a colander.
      4. Put 1 and sugar in a frying pan.
      5. Roast over heat until water evaporates. 


Product details:

  • Place of origin: Kagawa Prefecture
  • Content quantity: Mandarin oranges (approx. 1.2 kg in a decorative box)
  • Taste profile: Very sweet and juicy, low acidity and astringency (brix level 12)
  • Storage method: Please consume as soon as possible after receiving the product.
    In hot weather, they taste even better if refrigerated.
  • Tips: Please consume the product as soon as possible after arrival.

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