‘Toledo’ is from Cuba, where it is very commonly grown from seed due to being polyembryonic.
The fruit is very small, round-ovate in shape, and turns yellow when ripe with just the tiniest pink blush at the top. The flesh, what little there is, is firm and stringy with classic light sweet flavor.
The trees are quite dwarfish and slow growing, highly easy to manage.
The fruit matures mid-season in south Florida from late June through July, and is prone to bacterial black spot.