Used in our apple juice, the Egremont Russet has its origins in Sussex and was first cultivated on the Petworth House Estate of Lord Egremont in 1870. It has a distinctive “nutty” taste and a textured golden-brown skin that makes it unique among British apples. With its rich fruity taste it produces a creamy-sweet apple juice.
Used in our apple juice, the Jonagored apple is a recent cultivar, originating from Belgium. It was developed by a local apple farmer, Jos Morren, who in 1980 noticed that the top branch of one of his Jonagold apple trees had started growing dark red apples. He decided to propagate the branch and a new award winning variety was born.
Used in our rhubarb & apple pressé, the Worcester Pearmain variety is an early season sweet apple. It was first cultivated in 1873 in Worcester by a local apple grower, Mr Hale. It is distinctive by it’s bright red colour, white flesh and intense sweet, almost strawberry flavour.