Tremlett’s Bitter

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A well known classic English cider apple which was first noted in the Exe Valley in Devon in the 19th century. The fruit produces a sweet, astringent, high tannin juice which makes a full bittersweet cider. Excellent used in blends with other sweet cider varieties. The apple is conical in shape and deep red in color. Ripens in late October.
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