blood orange

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blood orange

n.
A sweet orange having pulp that is red or streaked with red.

blood orange

n
(Plants) a variety of orange all or part of the pulp of which is dark red when ripe

blood′ or`ange


n.
any of various sweet oranges having a dark-red pulp.
[1850–55]
Translations

blood orange

narancia sanguigna
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that is bang in season, the sanguinello or blood orange.
The red pummelo may have more antioxidant compounds than the white variety because of the presence of antioxidant lycopene carotenoid and anthocyanins in orange and red colored fruits (Moro Tarocco and Sanguinello varieties) [69].
In June, it added a three-strong Tropicana Premium Edition range in Sanguinello, Orange with Kiwi & Raspberry and Pineapple with Mango & Lime flavours, and extended its Orange Creations range with the introduction of Orange & Pineapple and Orange & Raspberry variants.
We were offered a choice of tables and considered one of the cocktails on offer - Bellini, Sanguinello, Tramonto and Spritz - as well as Peroni beers, Campari and Limoncello.
Mulberry Fair is being launched with two varieties--Mulberry and Sanguinello Orange and Mulberry, Grape and Pear, which have higher levels of antioxidants than any other red berries.
Mulberry Fair has two blends - Mulberry & Sanguinello Orange and Mulberry, Crushed Shiraz Grape & Limonera Pear.
There are three types of blood orange: the colorful moro, the super-sweet tarocco and the sanguinello, which is also grown widely in Spain.