Mexican Limes may be tiny in stature but they pack a flavor punch with many uses. Mexican lime is known by many names such as Key lime, Bartender’s lime, and West Indian lime. The trees are moderately-sized and bushy, almost shrub-like.
Persian lime, also known by other common names such as seedless lime, Bearss lime and Tahiti lime, is a cross between key lime and lemon. It is much larger than Mexican or key limes and is shaped like a lemon.
Rangpur citrus is not quite a lime, not quite a lemon. This super sour cross between a Mandarin orange and a lemon bursts with flavor. Cut into it and you’ll release a sweet floral aroma of honeysuckle; put it to your lips and you’ll taste the extreme sourness of a bitter lemon. That same honeysuckle scent permeates into the Rangpur Lime’s leaves too, which are often used in cooking.