This variety was introduced to the Noce Valleys around the mid 1970s and though characterised by interesting organoleptic qualities, it is not widely cultivated but utilised purely to add variety to the area’s apple production. rough yellow-green skin, extensively marked and striped bright red.
Symmetrical globular and flat shape; medium-sized.
Yellow-cream flesh. The taste of this variety is tart and fragrant, with a pleasant and distinctive flavour.
Is crunchy and very juicy.