The flavor is, well....it doesn’t really have much flavor. It’s sweet, but not overly sweet, with a faint hint of lemon. It definitely has a pummelo-like flavor quality, but is pretty underwhelming. The taste isn’t bad, there’s just much better tasing fruit available. My Dancy tangerines blow it away, and I’d definitely prefer any grapefruit. I’m pretty disappointed after waiting so long to try it, but that being said, all the other trees I planted with this one are now dead. It may not be the best tasting fruit, but at least it survives and produces with almost no care. I don’t know if I’ll just let it keep growing, or if I’ll top-work it to something else. Who knows? Maybe the fruit quality will improve with time. As tough as the tree has been, I’m definitely tempted to graft on some pummelos or Ujukitsus.
***UPDATE 2/10/2020*** - I was wrong! I take it all back! This past weekend I tasted some fruit from Dr. Randall’s tree, and it was amazing, like a lemon-flavored pummelo. So the issue is not with the variety, the problem is with my tree. Most likely the tree is just too immature to make truly phenomenal fruit yet. That’s Ok, I’m glad I decided not to graft it to something else.