It is round and slightly flattened, with a very attractive reddish-orange rind that is relatively soft in consistency and easy to peel. Sugar and acid contents are relatively balanced, making the taste very pleasant. The carpel membranes in the segments are quite leathery, making the residual taste similar to that of the Oronules variety.
Is a new spontaneous mutation of the Oronules clementine variety, with fruit of an appearance and quality similar to the variety of origin although the inside ripens ten days earlier and the colour changes seven days before the Oronules. It was discovered in La Vall d’Uxó (Castellón) (Spain) by Vicente Arnau Martínez. Just like other clementines, the flower is parthenocarpic and self-incompatible, and does not therefore require pollination for fruit-set, nor does it pollinate on its own. When cultivated on its own, the fruit does not have seeds, however if it is near a pollinating variety, it may have seeds or produce them in the other fruit. Commercialisation of this variety is imminent, and due to its conditions of early harvest and high quality, the commercial exit of Clemenrubí® is expected to be prolonged. the commercial exit of Clemenrubí® is expected to be prolonged.