They have greenish-yellow skin with some darker dots.
Inside, they have firm, crisp, sweet flesh with good concentrated sharp flavour.
The fruit ripens mid-October, but it is best harvested as late as possible, even November, December.
The tree is an abundant bearer.
Wyken Pippin Apples originated in England in the early 1700s from a seedling from a European apple (unknown), raised by a Lord Craven at Wyken near Coventry.
The apple was one of the most popular varieties for home gardens in the 1800s.