My tree produces the more common Nagami (oval) kumquats, and there are thousands of fruits on my tree. Growing season is fall to midwinter, and right now (January 2019) the fruit is ripe. Please let me know how much fruit you want: there are approximately 45 kumquats per 1 pound (the size of a plastic 16oz. cherry tomato container). If you want a large amount and don't know the poundage, just indicate container size: standard plastic grocery bag, cardboard box size. I consider my tree organic: no pesticides are used on or near the tree.
The Kumquat skin is sweet and the juice is tart, depending on how ripe the fruit is and the water content. All parts of the kumquat fruit are edible, including the seeds. To eliminate tartness, you can squeeze out the juice before eating. The fruit is rich in Vitamin C and antioxidants. Go online to find out all the ways you can cook and bake with kumquats. Enjoy!