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Cider Apples



Growing cider apples is very similar to growing other apples except that because the apples are being to be pressed, and never reach the consumer in their "whole form", the producer does not have to worry about superficial appearances. Attention can be brought to bear instead upon the health and flavour of the apples.

Good cider apples need to contain a bit of tannin. Apples with good tannin in Europe include Brown's Apple, Yarlington Mills, Tremblett's Bitter, Stoke Red and Gottingen. In North America, the list includes Virginia Crab, Geneva Crab, Cortland, and also Golden Russet.

While eating and cooking apples have gone in and out of fashion over the years, and producers are always striving to produce new ones in those categories to tempt fickle consumers, cider apple varieties are treasured as grape varieties are.



History Notes

From 1600 to the mid 1800s, almost 2/3 of the Island of Jersey was covered in orchards of cider apples. After the 1850s, most of the orchards were chopped down and replaced by the new crops of potatoes and tomatoes.

Cider Apples

Abram Apples; Arkansas Black Apple; Ashmead's Kernel; Baldwin Apple; Black Limbertwig Apples; Blacktwig Apples; Bloody Butcher Apple; Brown's Apples; Brown's Apple; Bullock Apples; Bulmer's Norman Apples; Burgundy Apples; Calville Blanc d'Hiver; Campfield Apples; Chisel Jersey Apples; Cider Apples; Cortland Apples; Crimson King Apples; Dabinett Apple; Dunkerton Late Sweet; Empire Apples; Foxwhelp Apples; Gold Rush Apples; Golden Pearmain Apples; Golden Reinette Apples; Golden Russett Apples; Golden Sweet Apples; Graniwinkle Apples; Hewe's Crab Apples; Humboldt Apples; Jade Apples; Jersey Mac Apple; Kingston Black Apples; Kinnaird's Choice Apples; Late Harrison Apples; Levering Limbertwig Apples; Limbertwig Apples; Mannington's Pearmain Apples; Medaille d'or Apples; Michelin Apples; Milwaukee Apples; Minnesota 1734 Apples; Muscadet de Dieppe Apples; Muscat de Bernay Apples; Myer's Royal Limbertwig Apples; Nehou Apples; Nelson County Crab Apples; Nova Spy Apple; Old Fashioned Limbertwig Apples; Ontario Apples; Pomme Gris Apples; Porter's Perfection Apples; Rambo Apples; Redfield Apples; Royal Limbertwig Apples; Smith's Cider Apples; Sops of Wine Apples; Spigold Apples; Stoke's Red Apple; Suntan Apples; Sweet Alford Apples; Tolman Sweet Apples; Tom Putt Apples; Tremlett's Bitter Apple; Vandevere Apples; Wagener Apple; Wassailing the Apple Trees; Wealthy Apple; White Winter Pearmain Apples; Wickson Crab Apples; Winesap Apples; Yarlington Mill Apple; Yates Apples

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Citation

Oulton, Randal. "Cider Apples." CooksInfo.com. Published 20 March 2004; revised 25 July 2005. Web. Accessed 12/11/2017. <http://www.cooksinfo.com/cider-apples>.

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