General Information: The White Winter Pearmain looks as if it should be tart, with pale green, lightly-blushing skin. The reality is a crisp-firm, apple-cidery sweetness. It's one of the oldest English apples, cultivated since 1200 A.D.
Pleasantly aromatic and ranked very good to best for dessert. Flavor akin to Mutsu but in a smaller, harder, and less attractive package.