The tangelo ( /ˈtændʒəloʊ/ tan-jə-loh; C. reticulata × C. maxima or C. × paradisi), Citrus × tangelo, is also widely known as the honeybell. Tangelo is a citrus fruit that is a hybrid of a tangerine and either apomelo or a grapefruit. The fruits are the size of an adult fist and have a tangerine taste, but are very juicy, to the point of not providing much flesh but producing excellent and plentiful juice. Tangelos generally have loose skin and are
easier to peel than oranges.[1] They are easily distinguished from oranges by a characteristic "nose" at the top of the fruit.