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The mandarin tree (Citrus reticulata) is a tree from the Rutaceae family producing citrus fruits called mandarins. The fruit is spherical and slightly flattened, with a diameter of 5 to 9 cm. Its flesh, sweet and fragrant, is one of the least acidic among citrus fruits, but it has many seeds. The rind is thin and mandarin-coloured.

A mandarin is usually divided into about ten quarters. A quarter is sometimes called a sliver or a wedge.


The mandarin tree first put down roots in Europe at the beginning of the 19th century, under the impetus of the Portuguese, before developing in Algeria from 1950 onwards. Between the two - around 1900 - its path crossed that of a sweet orange, giving birth to the clementine.

Story has it that it was Father Clement who discovered this hybrid by chance in its natural state and replicated it.

The clementine was a huge success in Europe, and is now massively produced in Spain, Italy and Greece.


The Kiotis laboratory has shown, through in vitro scientific tests, that Mandarin Essential Oil regenerates the skin by stimulating cell renewal.

It acts on the surface to make the skin smooth and more homogeneous, and deep down to delay the signs of ageing.

Did you know?

Mandarin is the world’s second most popular citrus fruit, providing an essential oil that is highly prized in the worlds of food flavourings, perfumery and aromatherapy.

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Mandarines sur les arbres
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