One of the definitive Victorian cooking apples, with soft, juicy, acidic flesh, that cooks to a puree. The apples keep well.
Deliveries now finished
Victoria author Robert Hogg sums this variety up very well: " ... a marvellous bearer, and rarely fails to produce a crop".
Discovered in the 1840s in Berkhamsted, possibly a seedling of Dumelow's Seedling.