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Medium/Dry

Crispin

Description:
Crispin also known as Mutsu is a duel purpose apple, which looks like a large Golden Delicious. It originates from Japan and was introduced in 1930.

Tasting Notes:
A well balanced juice with a hint of acidity and like it parent it has that Golden Delicious sweet honeyed flavour.

Available in 750ml bottles.

Foxes Delight (Alkmene)

Description:
Alkmene is a mid-season dessert apple sometimes known as Early Windsor and was raised in Germany in the 1930’s by Prof. M. Schmidt at the Kaiser Wilhelm Institute. Brandenburg from Cox’s Orange Pippin x Dutchess of Oldenburg.

Tasting Notes:
A very attractive apple which when juiced produces an array of complex rich flavours.

A most refreshing juice which has an afternote of Melon.

Available in 750ml bottles.

George Cave

Description:
An early season dessert apple raised in 1923 in Essex by Mr George Cave of Dovercourt and said to be a chance seedling.

Tasting Notes:
The flesh is creamy-white, sometimes tinged green under the skin providing a slightly sweet aromatic, crisp and juicy flavour.

Available in 750ml bottles.

James Grieve

Description:
A very popular second early dessert apple raised in Scotland by Mr James Grieve of Edinburgh, open-pollinated from Pott’s Seedling or Cox’s Orange Pippin. It received the award of merit from RHS in 1897 and a First Class Certificate in 1906.

Tasting Notes:
The flesh is creamy-white, fine textured, soft and juicy providing an excellent sweet flavour with a nice acid balance.

Available in 750ml bottles.

Lord Lambourne

Description:
A classic English dessert apple introduced in 1907 from James Grieve and Worcester Pearmane parentage.

Tasting Notes:
This apple has a wonderful array of flavours which produces a strong and crisp and aromatic juice.

A perfect accompanyment for the breakfast table.

Available in 750ml bottles.