Oroblanco grapefruit is a hybrid with an extremely juicy, distinctive, and sweet flavor. The oroblanco was recently introduced as a pummelo hybrid and it does well in the coastal areas of California. It is a seedless, medium-large fruit size with a yellow rind and white flesh. The oroblance is a large tree that grows best in interior California because it needs less heat than other grapefruit varieties.
The cocktail grapefruit also known as the Mandelo is an extremely juicy, sweet fruit with a yellow/orange rind and pink/orange flesh making it ideal for beverages.
The redblush grapefruit (also known as Ruby) grows extremely well in California with each large sized trees that yield around 250 fruits annually.
The Star Ruby Grapefruit (aka: Rio Red) originates from Texas and produces attractive, red-blushed fruits with good flavor that sweetens without a need for heat.
The Chandler Grapefruit is a giant grapefruit (about 2lbs each with a 5in diamerter) with a pink flesh, thick spongy rind, and a greenish, yellow skin. Although they are not as sweet as regular grapefruits, they have a pleasant, aromatic flavor.