How could we forget the “prince of citrus fruits”? Its ancient origin is linked to different legends. It is certain that its presence in Calabria started between the 14th and 16th centuries, and it is right along the Costa dei Gelsomini (the Jasmine Coast) in the province of Reggio Calabria, an area in the heart of what was called the Magna Graecia, that the ideal conditions for the cultivation of this fruit were found. What sets this fruit apart from other citrus varieties are its greenish colour, irregular shape, and thick peel rich in essential oils which for many centuries was used for cosmetics and perfumes. However, recent studies have shown further benefits in terms of antioxidant, energizing, anti-stress, anti-inflammatory, antimicrobial, antifungal, antiseptic, and antibacterial properties. Moreover, it can control cholesterol and decrease blood glucose levels, improving insulin activity. A real “health shot”! One could not fail to pay homage to this precious gift from nature with a marmalade made especially out of it, which facilitates its consumption by sweetening its naturally sour taste.