Seville Orange 534
The Spanish city of Seville is famous for its oranges, which were first introduced to the country by the Moors as far back as the 10th century. Too bitter to eat raw, the Seville orange is most often used in preserves and is prized for its sharp flavour and vibrant zest, which also inspires the boldness Senses Seville Orange.
Available in 140gsm, 250gsm and 350gsm substances
Sheet size: B1 Format
Smaller sheet sizes available at the Wigston Paper Shop