Worcester Pearmain is one of England’s main early/mid-season apples. The flavour and texture are quite unique, but the quality does not hold for long, so the marketing season is quite short. The white/yellow flesh has a satisfying crunch with a slight sponginess which is unusual, and the flavour is attractive with good levels of sweetness.
Origin: Worcester, 1870’s
Grown in: England
Harvest & Availability:
Late August to mid September: from England