Yarlington Mill Apple Cider

Apple Cider

Description: Yarlington Mill is a traditional English Apple. Ground colour is greenish-yellow; smooth, slightly waxy flushed dark red. Flesh is white, sometimes reddened; slightly crisp and sweet. Distinctively large shiny green leaves and striking white blossom. An all round cider of good aroma and flavour.

History: Discovered by Mr Bartlett in the village of Yarlington, Somerset. It was growing out of a wall by the water wheel of the mill. His grandfather then planted it in the garden and named it 'Yarlington Mill'. Later in the 1970s, it was chosen to be planted in orchards by the Taunton Cider Company.

Pollination Partners: Apple Kingston Black Apple Tremlett's Bitter Malus Comtesse de Paris Malus Golden Hornet

Attributes

  • Uses: Cider
  • Picking month: October
  • Pollination group: Pollination group 5

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