What’s the apple ID?

Yesterday we noticed some apples hanging over the fence from the neighbours tree.

So we picked them.

Now I know you are supposed to hand them back but well the owner of the house rents it out so we kind of figured there were as much ours as the tenants :o

Anyway we only got a few there are tons for them to collect if they want them.

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I’ve tried to work out what they are but all my guesses wouldn’t be ripe yet and these are definitely ready. They are crisp very white flesh and a good balance of sweet and sharp.

Suggestions welcome as to their identity

 

4 thoughts on “What’s the apple ID?”

  1. Thus far, have found things ripening at crazy times this year, so wouldn’t rule a variety out if it’s just a few weeks early…

  2. <html><body bgcolor="#FFFFFF"><div>Yes that’s true everything is very early or at odds this year. After retesting I think they are a cooker though I am happy to eat them they are quite sharp.</div><div>A free find is good regardless ;)<br><br>Sent from my iPad</div><div><br></div></body></html>

  3. looks very like a cox or cox variety to me.. they are lovely and hard and sharp when they are fresh, soften and sweeten up as they are stored. I love them straight off the tree :)

  4. <html><body style="word-wrap: break-word; -webkit-nbsp-mode: space; -webkit-line-break: after-white-space; ">Yes I thought they looked like some kind of cox but seemed at bit early. Mind you as Kavey says everything seems a bit all over ripening wise this year.<div><br><div><div></div></div></div></body></html>

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