Tangerine or mandarin? Actually, all tangerines are mandarins. The term “tangerine” has no botanical meaning and the two names can be used interchangeably. The tangerine is an orange coloured citrus fruit. They look like clementines or small oranges, but the taste is often sourer, or tarter, than that of an orange.
Should you enjoy the tender and juicy tangerine flavour in your drinks, add Le Sirop de MONIN Tangerine which keeps all subtle sweetness of fresh tangerine fruit.