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Cider Apples

Ashton Bittercheck back later
230 Early Fall. Full bittersweet cider apple. Medium-sized astringent fruit with strong tannin, high sugar and low acidity. Best blended. Z4. read more
Bitter Pewcheck back later
231 Fall. Bittersharp cider apple, suited to adding large amounts of tannin to cider. Medium-sized fruit. Not for eating fresh. Z4. read more
Chisel Jerseycheck back later
232 Late Fall. Small bittersweet cider apple. Medium acidity, highly astringent, harsh and high in tannins. Not for eating fresh. Z4. read more
Coat Jerseycheck back later
233 Early Fall. Full bittersweet cider apple. Small fruit with high sugar content. Astringent, bitter and wooly with flavors of banana and black tea. Z4/5. read more
Dabinettcheck back later
234 Late Fall. Medium-sized, medium-bittersweet cider apple. One of the most popular cider varieties. Not for eating fresh. Annual bearer. Z4. read more
Ellis Bittercheck back later
235 Early Fall. Medium bittersweet cider apple. Sweet, crisp and juicy. Soft, astringent, tannin. Useful for its early ripening. Midseason bloomer. Z4. read more
Everett Cunninghamcheck back later
236 Fall-Winter. Maine bittersharp cider apple. Astringent. Not for eating fresh. Recommended for cidermakers in colder districts. Z4. read more
Gnarled Chapmancheck back later
238 Fall. Large beautiful bittersweet cider apple. Not for eating fresh. Blooms midseason. Z4. read more
Harrisoncheck back later
239 Mid-Late Fall. Medium-small vintage cider apple. Rich firm dry yellow flesh. Famous cider said to be better than champagne! Z4. read more
Harry Masters Jerseycheck back later
240 Fall. Medium-large size. Medium-full bittersweet cider apple. Soft astringent tannin. Not for eating fresh. Z4. read more
Hewe’s Virginia Crabcheck back later
241 Fall. Sharp cider apple. One of few good for single varietal cider. Incredibly vigorous, productive. Hardy. Z4. read more
Kingston Blackcheck back later
243 Fall. Medium-sized bittersharp cider apple. Full-bodied vintage cider with nice blend of acid, tannins and sugar. Decent fresh-eating. Z4. read more
Cider Apple
244 Fall. Highly unusual apple and tree. Flavor reminiscent of wet wool, grapefruit pith, bourbon, caramel and hair salon. Not bitter, but sharp and astringent. Sauce and cider. Z3. read more
Majorcheck back later
245 Early Fall. Medium-sized full bittersweet cider apple. Sweet, soft, woolly, juicy, bitter. Vigorous tree, scab-resistant. Z4. read more
Medaille d’Orcheck back later
246 Late Fall. Full bittersweet cider apple. Lots of tannin. Light yellow fruit mostly covered with tan russet. Combine with other late varieties. Z4. read more
Cider Apple
Porter’s Perfection
247 Late Fall. Small medium-bittersharp cider apple. Heavy cropper. Scab resistant. Z4. read more
Redfieldcheck back later
179 Fall. Medium-large red-fleshed apple. Use for sauce, pies. Very sharp and bitter in cider. Two-toned flowers, bronze-red foliage. Z3. read more
Screen Shotcheck back later
249 Fall. Horribly bitter fruit guaranteed to jazz up even the dullest cider. One apple has enough phytonutrients to keep the doctors away for months. Probably Z4. read more
Shavel Sharpcheck back later
250 Fall. Small astringent very juicy fruit. Bittersharp cider apple. The most bitter apple you’ll ever taste. Not for eating fresh. Z4. read more
Wicksoncheck back later
200 Fall. Small but flavorful. Crisp, juicy, tart, tangy, spicy. Good in hard cider. Keeps until January. Bears young, heavily, annually. Z4. read more
Yarlington Millcheck back later
251 Fall. Medium-sized medium-bittersweet cider apple. Low-acid aromatic fruity cider. Highly recommended for commercial growers. Z3/4. read more


Hard Cider Apple Collectioncheck back later
266 Get your cider orchard started with Fedco’s choice of bittersharp and bittersweet apples. All trees individually labeled. Z4. read more