Cider Apples

Introduced in 1817 from New Jersey, USA. Medium to large fruit, round/oblong shape.  Eye basin is ribbed. Stem bowl cavity often russeted. Red striped/blush over yellow ground colour.  Fruit are juicy, firm, moderately crisp, sub-acid flavour. Used as a dessert apple, cooking and cider. Tree is moderately cold hardy, vigorous, biennial bearing may be an issue. Mid-season bloom, pink blossoms which produce very little pollen.  Susceptible to apple scab and scald. Fruit hang well on tree. 

Sharp: Tannins <0.2%, Malic Acid >0.45%
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