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Medium/Sweet

Cox

Description:
A classic English apple, dating back to the 19th century as a chance seedling.

Cox is harvested in mid–late season and is a dessert apple with complex and rich flavours.

Tasting Notes:
This apple juice is outstanding and has a remarkable range of subtle flavours such as mango, melon, pear and orange.

Our Cox apple juice is a true delight for all palates.

Available in 250ml and 750ml bottles.

Worcester Pearmain

Description:
This very well-known second early to mid-season apple was raised by Mr. Hale of Swan Pool near Worcester and thought to be a seedling from Devonshire Quarrenden.

Tasting Notes:
This apple is a real delight and produces a sweetly aromatic juice.

Available in 750ml bottles.

Saint Edmund’s Pippin (Russet)

Description:
An early Russet raised in about 1870 by Mr. R Harvey at Bury St Edmunds in Suffolk and is thought to be a chance seedling. It was awarded a First Class Certificate from the RHS in 1875.

Tasting notes:
This early russet with its rough textured skin and creamy white juicy flesh creates a distinctive rich, sweet flavour combined with a balance of acidity.

This apple juice is a family favourite and is highly recommended for its truly unique and complex array of flavour.

Available in 750ml bottles.

Saturn

Description:
Saturn was introduced by East Malling Research Station in Kent in 1997 and is a triumph in the development of new UK apple varieties.

Tasting Notes:
A beautiful red apple which produces a distinctive orange coloured juice with a sweet flavour and a hint of acidity.

Available in 750ml bottles.

Sunset

Description:
A high quality mid to late season dessert apple which was raised by Mr. G. C. Addy at Ightham in Kent from a pip of Cox’s Orange Pippin.

Tasting Notes:
A small apple that packs a punch with an abundance of flavour which produces a distinctive orange coloured but well balanced juice.

Available in 250ml and 750ml bottles.