Satsumas are mandarins, but they are not to be confused with clementines, oranges, or even tangerines . They’re sweet like honey, with just the tiniest bit of acid, and the flesh of the fruit itself those pulp things are called 'Juice Vesicles' is incredibly tender. Their skins are loose and almost leathery looking and they are insanely easy to peel, almost like they come pre-peeled from the inside. They don’t have much of that white pith stuff, also known known as mesocarp or albedo. They’re a perfect winter treat at any time of day and they’re so small and fun-size you can eat two or three of them.
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