Description: Coul Blush is an early dual-purpose apple. Fruit is delicately flushed over a golden colour. Sweet, soft cream flesh thats lightly flavoured. Can be used as a cooker if used early, cooks to a brisk, lemon froth. Known as an endangered apple and in 2011, Highland Council put out a long lost search to see if the apple was still planted in any orchards throughout the Highlands.
History: Raised by Sir George Mackenzie at Coul House, Ross-shire, Scotland. First fruited in 1827.