What Makes Sumo Citrus So Good: A Critical Analysis;)
But if you really pay attention it’s more than that.
Sumos are easy to peel.
Though most citrus pros wouldn’t consider them an “easy-peeler” in the same sense as they would a satsuma or clementine, Sumos peel pretty darn easy.
They section apart pretty easily.
Again, not as easily as a satsuma, but way easier than a navel or cara cara or grapefruit.
Barry and I talk about it every year- There’s no other piece of fruit that finishes as cleanly as Sumos. Try it for yourself. Eat one section and wait.
Gone within seconds of fully eating.
What you just had was sooo good, and then it’s flavor vanished,
But as you likely know by now, Sumos don’t last forever.
So, enjoy, GROWers…One piece at a time;)