Reverend McCormick

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Reverend McCormick
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Information About the Reverend McCormick

Origin: Broadclyst, Devon. Early 20thC
Fruit: Shape – large 55-65mm flat round conical, slightly ribbed, pronounced Skin – rough, dry, dull, pale yellow/green. Lenticels – brown, large conspicuous. Russet – slight, eye only, spreading. Stem – thick medium, projecting slightly. Basin – deep, wide. Eye – ribbed, closed sepals. Calyx – closed green reflexed tips. Flush – frequent, more than a third, short stripes. Flesh – juicy, firm, creamy, tough skin, sweet, fresh, tangy. Aroma – slight, refreshing aromatic.
Picking Season: early Nov
Storage: more than 2 months
Uses: Uses – Dessert – sweet slightly sharp. Culinary – N/A Cider – not usually Juice – Sweet/sharp very yellow clear
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