DescriptionThe origins of this famous old English apple are unknown, but it was first recorded in 1629. The small golden-yellow fruit have an intense lemon tang with a hint of aniseed, but are sweet with plenty of sugar. They also cook very well, keeping their shape and make excellent poached apples.
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