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January Jones Gets a Mouthful of Kumquat In Curvy Shots

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By Gary Trock

"Mad Men" star January Jones is demanding attention with her latest shot while sharing one of her favorite words, which also happens to be a delicious snack. The 43-year-old actress took to Instagram over the weekend while enjoying the unexpected warm temperatures that Southern California has seen as 2021 kicks into gear. Although January Jones was just trying to get goofy with her afternoon snack, many fans of the star couldn't help fawn over the beauty of her candid snapshot.

Check Out the Kumquats

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January Jones, who most recently starred alongside Kaya Scodelario on HBO's "Spinning Out," was a picture of beauty on social media when she shared a photo of herself in the perfect afternoon outfit. Wearing a large brimmed sunhat paired with a pink-hued sundress, Jones really wanted to show off her citrus to fans.

"Kumquat!" the star exclaimed while adding, " such a good word."

Fans of January Jones praised the star for everything, including her outfit and her citrus choices.

"Greatest wardrobe," one fan wrote, while another commented, "Great word."

In the Mouth!

Woman with kumquat in mouth
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January's next photo got a bit more graphic, as the star opened wide and shoved the little kumquat in her mouth.

"Took a Kumquat in the mouth. 🤣(sorry I'm a sick sick individual lol)" one fan couldn't help but comment.

Not everyone was a fan of the kumquat though, as one person explained, "Florida boy here, I never could get into these and I love citrus"

"When I was a child, my Mother would call me her 'Little Kumquat' a third person shared.

What Is a Kumquat?!

Closeup shot of kumquats
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The kumquat plant is native to China, and according to Wikipedia, "the edible fruit closely resembles the orange in color and shape but is much smaller, being approximately the size of a large olive."

The name “kumquat” originates from a Cantonese word that means “golden orange” or “golden tangerine.”

Kumquats give a strong citrus taste that is sour and tangy. Unlike other citrus fruits, the peel of a kumquat is edible, but can still be peeled if preferred.

Most commonly, kumquats are used in marmalade, cooked in soups or candied.

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