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Brown Snout Bitter-Sweet Hard Cidre Apple
Malus domestica 'Brown Snout'
Brown Snout Apple on Dwarf (Geneva 935) root - 2 Year Extra Large grade (Bench Graft)
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Brown Snout is a strictly cider variety that produces a bittersweet cider. The fruit is smallish with greenish-yellow skin. It oftens has a patch of russet at the blossom end that identifies it by its name. Susceptible to fire blight. Late ripening in October to November.
Brown Snout got its name from is appearance--- brown russeting on its calyx end. It was discovered in 1850 in England.