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Murcott is a citrus fruit that has an orange color and is associated mainly with orange (mandarin orange) because both fruits form citrus reticulata. Ineterms of classification, perhaps, it is named so because it is considered a kind or a variety of citrus reticulata. Murcott is smaller than the orange and easy to peel and divide into cloves. As for taste, it is considered less citrus (sour), but it is stronger and sweeter than orange taste. Murcott is characterized by features such as being strong. slightly soft, heavy in size, and has a gravelling peel without deep holes.