They have yellow skin covered with black dots.
Inside, the flesh is yellowish, coarse, and dry.
The fruit ripens in October in Virginia, United States.
For cider. 10 American bushels yields 1 American barrel of cider.
Late Harrison Apples originated sometime in the early 1800s. A. J. Downing, author of Fruits and Fruit Trees of America (1845) wrote that it originated in Essex County, New Jersey.
At one point, it was believed to be extinct.