The kumquat is a tiny fruit that is roughly the size of an olive. This fruit looks a lot like an orange and is orange in hue. The fruit has an acidic, tart flavour with a hint of sweetness. Kumquat peel is also edible and has a pleasant flavour. The fruit can be washed and eaten.
Kumquat trees are primarily grown in Southeast Asia, but they can also be found in America, Europe, and China. The fruit tree can withstand freezing conditions and is ready to harvest from November to March.