A bittersweet variety making a very enjoyable cider on its own. Medium to large apples conical in shape that are usually around 2/3 flushed red. Flesh sweet, white, often reddened under flush, with some astringency. Picked / gathered late October to early November. Attractive flowers appear early/mid season.
Originating in Somerset Yarlington Mill is a ‘jersey’ apple – distinctly conical often quite large apples. Has been grown widely in west country recently and seems to perform well in all sorts of situations. Responds well to fruit thiining and puning to keep its cropping regular.