Cider Apples

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Cider apples these days are used by blending a mixture of different apple varieties together. However in times past there were traditional varieties from which cider was pressed using one variety alone. The cider apples we offer were usually from particular regions of England and France, where each apple made a local drink with its own special qualities, allowing the natives to make their own unique brews from their own regional apples.

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    Chatagnier French cider apple

    Chatagnier French cider apple
    $28.00 inc. GST

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    Antoinette cider apple

    Out of stock

    The Antoinette cider apple is a rare French cider variety, makes a bittersweet cider
  • court of wick cider apple

    Court of Wick cider apple

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    Court of Wick cider apple came out of Somerset, in 1790, red and gold with russetting, very fruity flavour with plenty of sweetness and acidity, very good fresh eater but also used to make a sweet cider
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    Reine De Hatives cider apple

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    Reine De Hatives cider apple is a sweet French type, raised in 1872 by a nurseryman (three cheers) in Normandy, small pale yellow fruits, produces a soft neutral sweet cider, good cropper harvests early. Ripens: February Type: Sweet
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    Sweet Coppin cider apple

    Sweet Coppin cider apple is an English cider apple originating in Devon, makes a very good sweet cider, ripens midseason. Ripens: March Pollinate with: Self fertile Type: Sweet
    $28.00 inc. GST

  • breakwells seedling apple

    Breakwell’s Seedling cider apple

    Originating in Wales, Breakwell's Seedling cider apple produces handsome striped red coloured cider apples, very good fruit load, also self fertile so it sets good crops without pollination, makes a bitter-sharp cider type. Ripens: February Pollinate with: Self fertile, Yarlington Mill, Beauty of Bath, Red Braeburn Type: Bittersharp
    $28.00 inc. GST

  • cremiere apple

    Cremiere cider apple

    Rare French cider apple, late season, medium sized, bittersweet cider apple from Somerset, though the name suggests it was originally French. The Cremiere cider apple is crisp, sweet and quite pleasantly flavoured, with mild tannin, a hard apple, that stores well
    $28.00 inc. GST

  • Stoke Red cider apple

    Stoke Red cider apple

    Stoke Red cider apple is a classic cider apple from Somerset in England, it became well known around the 1920's, smallish fruits which produce a high quality bittersharp cider, often with a good aroma to it, this variety was once known as 'Neverblight' due to its robust resistance to disease, well worth growing. Ripens: April Pollinates with: partially self fertile, Kingston Black Type: Bittersharp Chill hours: 1000+ hours (very high)

    $28.00 inc. GST

  • Somerset Redstreak cider apple

    Originating in Somerset,  Somerset Redstreak cider apple is a mild bittersweet apple. This means it should have gentle tannins with little acidity and a fruity taste, producing light and fruity  cider. Ripens: March Pollinate with: Kingston Black, Sweet Coppin,Freyburg, Fuji, Gala Type: Bittersweet
    $28.00 inc. GST

  • King David apple

    King David cider apple

    King David cider apple is a handsome southern American apple, originating in Arkansas, the flushed orange skin, reminscent of Jonathan, one of its probable parents, becomes much darker as the season progresses, till it becomes a brilliant dark red colour, the apples hang on the tree almost to winter, deep into autumn, and are at their best for eating at this point, also a useful cider variety with some good kick to it. Ripens: April/May Pollinate with: Kingston Black, Sweet Coppin, Freyburg, Fuji, Gala, Granny Smith, John Downie(crabapple), Cox's Orange, Lady Williams    
    $28.00 inc. GST

  • Tremlett’s Bitter cider apple

    Out of stock

    Originating Devon, England, Tremlett's Bitter cider apple, small to medium fruit, flushed and striped red, starts bearing very early in its life, self fertile, mid to late harvest, makes bittersweet cider. Ripens: February Pollinate with: partially Self fertile, Yarlington Mill, Breakwell's Seedling Type: Bittersweet
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    Yarlington Mill cider apple

    Yarlington Mill cider apple bears smallish fruit, yellow skinned, starts cropping very early in its life, is self fertile, and described as being “possibly the doyenne of cider apples”, harvest midseason, the tree was originally found growing out of a wall next to the wheel of an old English mill, and soon rose to prominence due to its heavy cropping. Ripens: April Pollinate with: partially self fertile, Breakwell's Seedling, Red Braeburn, Beauty of Bath, Vista Bella  
    $28.00 inc. GST

  • Michelin cider apple

    Michelin cider apple has a late harvest, originating in France, fruit small to medium, greenish yellow, tree upright, good pollinator, makes a bittersweet cider. Ripens: March Pollinate with: Self fertile Type: Bittersweet
    $28.00 inc. GST

  • Improved Foxwhelp cider apple

    Skin deep striped  crimson and yellow, flesh yellow with a red tinge, tender, and with a rough acid flavour, the Improved Foxwhelp cider apple is one of the most valuable of the cider apples, makes an extremely sharp cider, useful for blending with juices needing a bit of kick, from Herefordshire. Ripens: February Pollinate with: Kingston Black, Sweet Coppin, Freyburg, Fuji, Fala, Golden Delicious, Granny Smith, John Downie(crabapple), Lady Williams Type: Bittersharp
    $28.00 inc. GST

  • Golden Harvey cider apple

    Golden Harvey cider apple also known as ‘Brandy Apple’, originating in England, 1600’s, fruit medium sized, crisp, sweet, aromatic, this apple eats well fresh, as well as being a handy addition to cider brews, makes a sweet cider
    $28.00 inc. GST

  • Frequin Tardive de Sartre cider apple

    Frequin Tardive de Sartre cider apple is another of the French types of cider apple makes a very sweet cider on its own, greenish yellow skinned, not much blush, fruit are also able to be eaten fresh, ripens early to mid season. Ripens: Feb/March
    $28.00 inc. GST

  • Bulmer’s Norman cider apple

    Coming out of France in the 1800’s, Bulmer's Norman cider apple, the fruit are fairly large, with light green skin, and soft flesh, harvests midseason, makes a bittersweet cider, good quantities of juice per kilo of fruit. Ripens: Feb/March Pollinate with: Yarlington Mill, Breakwell's Seedling, Red Braeburn, Beauty of Bath, Vista Bella Type: Bittersweet
    $28.00 inc. GST

  • Brown Snout cider apple

    Brown Snout cider apple has a greenish yellow fruit, makes a bittersweet cider, harvests mid to late season, good pollinator. Ripens: April Pollinate with: Self fertile Type: Bittersweet
    $28.00 inc. GST

  • kingston black cider apple

    Kingston Black cider apple

    Kingston Black cider apple is a cider apple with very pretty skin colouring - crimson and streaked darker crimson on yellow background, flesh yellowish and tender, with only a mild acidity, makes a bittersharp cider. Also known as Black Taunton, the Kingston Black cider apple was a popular cider apple in Somersetshire, and is perhaps the most well known of all cider apples available today in Australia. Ripens: April Pollinate with: partially self fertile, Sweet Coppin, Freyburg, Fuji, Gala, Golden Delicious, Granny Smith, Lady Williams, Cox's Orange. Type: Bittersharp Chill hours: 1000+ hours (very high)
    $28.00 inc. GST

  • Dabinett cider apple

    Antique French cider variety, Dabinett cider apple produces fruit that are fairly large, with bright red skin, and soft flesh, harvests midseason. Ripens: April Pollinate with: Self fertile Type: Bittersweet
    $28.00 inc. GST