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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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.
Made from hand picked juicy sanguinello red oranges and luscious mandarins, it's a real treat for the tastebuds.