Apple - Hampshire - tasting notes, identification, reviews
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Hampshire apple

Last updated 04 Jul 2011.

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Current rating: 5.0 out of 5. Total votes cast: 1
 

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13 Oct 2014 
I first tasted this apple at Morgan Orchard in Union, WV. I picked one up to snack on and ended up turning back to the orchard to get more. They have very few trees of it and unfortunately haven't often been able to get a saleable crop. It is a great apple when you can find it.


28 Dec 2011 
This is my hands down favorite variety of apple. I first tried it at Mercier Orchards in 2009 and now travel there annually to buy several pecks of it. I've even introduced it to a few friends and family who agree it is exceptional. Its the perfect balance between sweet and tart and it's smallish size is the perfect serving size for my children. I'd love to buy a few trees, but I'm having difficulty finding someone who stocks it.



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Fruits are large and uniformly round to oblate with 100% red blush with little striping. Skin is thin and tough, flesh creamy white, slow to discolor. Subacid, yet mildly sweet, sprightly, good aromatics. Has excellent storage life.

Origins

  • Species: Malus domestica
  • Parentage: Originated as chance seedling in a Red Delicious Orchard
  • Originates from: New Hampshire, United States
  • Introduced: 1990
  • Orange Pippin Cultivar ID: 1723

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