Corsica 2 Citrus clementina hort. ex Tan. Klementina
Corsica #2, Ristorcelli 2
'Corsica 2' is another mutation of variety 'Fina'. It was discovered by René Ristorcelli in 1962 close to Rabat, Morocco.
This tree appears to be very compact and has high yields of well tasting, average or big (5-6cm) fruit that can weigh as much as 90-110g. Its pulp is usually very sweet, juicy (up to 42%) and contains only few or no seeds. Rind is thin (3-4mm) and the entire production ripens in December.