The Kumquatery - Candied Nagami Kumquats
Kumquats themselves are very small, about 1" in length and are referred to as "little golden gems". You eat them, peel and all. The peel is the sweeter component and the juice is tart and sometimes sour. Most kumquats have seeds, which should not be eaten.
Nagami- medium, oval sized fruit with a bright orange, thick peel, and a sweet-tart pulp and juice.
These candied Nagami are grown by The Kumquatery is based in Renmark, which is in the Riverland, South Australia. Andrew & Patria along with their children Steven & Jorja currently grow and process fruit from 500 Kumquat trees.