Calamansi (spelled kalamansi in native Tagalog orthography) is a small, very round citrus fruit that’s ubiquitous in the Philippines. The fruits are often used when the thin rind is still green on the outside, and that is the color associated with it.
This word is from the Spanish naranjita (meaning: “small orange”).
Dalanghita is the name of a small, plump citrus fruit whose rind is primarily green. Its scientific name is Citrus nobilis.
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This word is from the Spanish naranja (meaning: orange).
The Tagalog word dalandan refers to a variety of citrus fruit native to the Philippines.
The scientific name of the fruit that Filipinos refer to as dalandan is Citrus aurantium. It had also been known by these scientific names in the past: Citrus vulgaris Risso, Citrus longispina Wester and Citrus sinensis Osbeck. Continue reading “DALANDAN”
Calamansi juice is the best!
Ang katas ng kalamansi ay napakainam para sa masakit na lalamunan.
Calamansi juice is very good for a sore throat.
How to Make Calamansi Juice
First, you’re going to need a lot of calamansi.
Also sometimes rendered as dalayap.
Scientific name: Citrus poonensis
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