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Parentage (unknown), Kingston, England 1800s
Fruit: Bittersharp (high acid & high tannin)
Uses: juice, hard cider
Pollination partners: black oxford, dabinett, goldrush, stoke red
Disease resistance: good Crop: light Pick: late Storage quality: good
History: Prob arose village of Kingston, nr Taunton, Somerset in mid-late C19th. Dark maroon flushed, small. Produces full bodied cider with distinctive flavour. Popularised early 1900s and widely planted in west country, but declined due to susceptible to canker, scab and poor crops. F m. T2. H e-Nov. Morgan, Joan (2013-06-06). The New Book Of Apples (Kindle Locations 10857-10859). Ebury Publishing. Kindle Edition.