If you love a tart apple this is it. Bramley's is also one of the premiere cooking apples in England. The apple becomes golden and fluffy when cooked and makes a great sauce. A large green apple with a sharp acid taste and very high in Vitamin C. Cooks to puree.
Highly esteemed in England as the premier dessert apple, Cox Orange Pippin apple tree was first discovered as a seedling in England in the 1830's. The flesh is yellow, firm, crisp, very juicy, richly aromatic and some say almost spicy.
This heirloom variety first originated in Germany, 1885. Very large, with russet over green blushed skin. Crisp, white flesh with rich and nutty flavors becoming more sweet and spicy with storage. A good pie or fresh eating apple, all-purpose.
A good solid early apple, with a sweet-tart taste and a hint of brown sugar flavoring. The apple is medium in size, round, with red cover over 60-75% of the skin depending on sun exposure, and yellow undercolor. The flesh is white with a crisp texture, and while a nice texture for cooking the apple does tend to brown fairly…