Dreadful tasting sour apple that cooks up well but requires lots of sugar to balance sour flavour. Keeps very well up to 4 months. Tree was planted in the late 1960's. However hadn't fruited until after recent pruning in 2010. It has taken us a very long time to work out what variety it was as the fruit is larger than a crab apple and tastes much worse. Can not be eaten raw unless you like eating lemons. Last of all local apple trees to ripen and up to 1.5 to 2 months later than the usua
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