The Orlando is a sibling to the Minneola Tangelo . The leaves of Orlando tend to be cupped, and the fruit is almost round or slightly flattened. The rind is orange, thin, slightly textured, and not easily peeled. The flesh is orange, juicy, and sweet. Its skin is harder to peel than the Minneola. The size and shape are tangerine like with an average diameter of 2 3/4 to 3 inches, with the color and texture more closely the color of an orange. Flesh orange-colored; tender, very juicy; flavor mildly sweet.