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Out of stockCatshead apple is an old English variety, the earliest reference to which dates from 1629. The name comes from the unusual shape of the fruit, which in profile resembles a cat's head. Grown in 18th and 19th Century England. Large, oblong-conical, irregular shaped fruit. Pale greenish yellow skin with russet dots. White, soft, juicy flesh. Cooks to a sharp, firm puree.
Out of stockEating qualities that appeal to many – sweet,
Eating qualities that appeal to many – sweet,