This is an eating apple from Poland; less well-known than it was years ago. The shape is round-conical, and the size about the same as a supermarket apple. The skin is green with a slight blush, gradually going greenish-yellow on full ripeness.
The flavour is unusual; it is warm, mellow, very mild, sweet, and not unduly juicy. It reminded me of Leicestershire Sweetings in that there are no strong flavour notes, but it is a much denser texture and more substantial. In 2017 (our first fruit) it was ripe in early September.
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