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Sweet Coppin Sweet Cidre Apple
Malus domestica 'Sweet Coppin'
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Sweet Coppin is predominantly known for is good sweet cider characteristics, but it can also be eaten fresh. Th emedium large apples are yellow, but somewhat soft fleshed. They are low in tannin and acid content. It makes a good full bodied cider without blending other varieties. Ripens in mid-October and appears tolerant of fire blight.
Sweet Coppin originated in England in the early 18th century.