Navel hardly visible on the outside.
Medium-sized, elongated fruit. Good organoleptic quality. Light orange skin. Seedless. Very juicy and extremely high-quality pulp.
Mutation of the Washington variety to have originated in Vinaròs (Castellón).
Ripens internally in the first season, however external maturity (colouring) comes much later, therefore it is normally harvested in the second season (around February-May). Its quality means it is normally sold at select markets at a high price. Regions without a high risk of late frost are more suitable for the variety. Irrigation and fertilisers, etc, must be managed correctly in order to produce a high yield. When it ripens, the rind is sensitive to the wind and may break down, particularly if the rootstock is Citrange. Fruit-drop may occur from the peduncle when the fruit is ripe, therefore treatment is required if the fruit is to be harvested at the end of March.