DescriptionRegarded as one of the best single perry varieties with medium acidity and medium tannin; it gives a lemony fragrance to perry juices although is often blended with other varieties. Thought to be a cross between Red Longdon and Thorn perry pears, it is a vigorous, sturdy, reliable and a heavy cropper; and is named after the village of Blakeney in the Forest of Dean, Gloucestershire. The fruit was used to dye soldiers khaki uniforms. Just edible fresh, and pleasant when cooked.
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