Description: Golden Pippin is an unusual tasting cooking apple. Golden in colour with some russet dots and slight russet at the base. It's sweet, rich taste with a lemon tang makes it an excellent cooker for jelly, tarts and pies. Although the fruits are small, it cooks very well with an excellent taste.
History: Arose in the UK in 1629 by Parkinson; well known by late 1600s. Claimed to have been found at Parham Park, nr Arundel, Sussex. In 18th Century, Golden Pippin was widely grown in gardens for market.