Pippin Per Pound
One of the oldest American varieties and popularized by such well-known persons such as Thomas Jefferson and George Washington, secured Pippin’s status as an important apple of the time.
Best regarded as a ‘winter’ apple, it is picked late in the season, late October mostly, and should be stored for 1-2 months, being used over the winter period.
Notably a versatile apple; excellent eaten raw, for cooking, juicing, and hard and soft cider. Sweet-tart flavor with notes of pine, citrus, walnut, and green tea.