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American. Excellent juice quality. Very flavorful and hits the key high notes for sweetness and acidity. Delicious eaten fresh and coveted by cidermakers
American. Rich apple flavor, with high sugar and acid content. Thought by many to be the ultimate American expression of a cider apple. Thick, syrup, dark viscous-oil juice.
American. Found in an Oregon hedgerow. Lovely dessert apple with enough sugar and spice to boost any cider blend. Not as in-your-face as Golden Russet or Ashmead’s, though.
Early American heirloom. Juicy, sugary and zingy acidity. Acidity is fresher than Golden Russet, but aromatics less distinct.
American. Hybrid of xx and xxx. Eye-popping levels of sugar and acid, which turn into