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This variety is another bittersweet hard cider apple, with patches of pink skin and again, an organic russeting pattern, usually blooming out around the stem. These are thought to be derived from the Yarlington Mill apple, another one of our hard cider varieties.

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Ashmead’s Kernel

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The Ashmead’s Kernel is distinctly recognizable by its highly russeted golden skin, and its creamy yellow flesh, drawing similarities to the Golden Russet. Its taste is simultaneously sweet and tart, and perfect for cider-making.

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Dabinett

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The Dabinett features a more russeted texture and a pinkish-red bloom across the apple’s skin, although they can range from yellowy-green to darker red. This apple is a part of the bittersweet category, and it is great blended with other tart apples to make a well rounded cider.

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Wickson

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The Wickson are notable for their small size, as they fit almost perfectly in your palm. They also have an almost neon orangey-pink color.

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Golden Russet

Golden Russet Apple

Golden Russet is known for its thick ochre skin and creamy pale yellow flesh. It has a tart but sweet taste and is used for both cider and fresh-eating. The Golden Russet is also a part of our inventory of fresh-eating apples.

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Esopus

Esopus Apple

The Esopus Spitzenburg sports an orangey-red blush over a generally yellow complexion. It has a honeyed taste, on the sweeter side compared to many of our other cider varieties.

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Red Delicious

Our Red Delicious tend to be smaller and sweeter than the standard supermarket variety. They are a deep, dark red color, with the characteristic Delicious “bumps” on the bottom of the apple. The flesh is a creamy white that is perfect for eating fresh.

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