DescriptionFrom north and north west Gloucestershire. The fruits are apple-shaped and large. They can also be stewed or pickled although not popular due to its small size. As a perry pear however, it has its devotees, as it crushes and presses well, releasing its juices easily. More often used in blends than as single-varietal perry.
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