Moro Orange this variety compared to the others has a more intense taste and a brighter colour: its size is lower than the tarot and is mainly intended for juices.
The most recent variety of red oranges is the Moro. Diffused in the territory of Lentini, in the province of Syracuse, at the beginning of the nineteenth century, it has an orange peel with intense red nuances on one side. The pulp has no seeds and is red.
The colouration is due to the presence of anthocyanins (antioxidants useful in the prevention of certain diseases), a typical pigment that occurs with the occurrence of snow on Etna, which causes thermal excursions