The tree is vigorous, productive, similar to Lane beats.
The fruit is similar to that of Lane-late but is larger (about 5 mm more in diameter),
greater adherence to the peduncle and firmer texture, so
it can be kept longer on the tree in good commercial condition. The characteristics
internal parts of the fruit (content of juice, sugars, acids, etc.) are also very similar to those of
Lane beats, but the texture of the pulp is coarser (reminiscent of the
navel Thomson) and the juice contains more limonin
(substance that causes the bitter taste of the juice, after a short time
of having been extracted, in most of the varieties of the group
navel), although as its collection is delayed, the amount of
that diminishes until it is imperceptible by the palate.