Roxbury Russet Apples
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Roxbury Russet apples are the oldest known apple variety native to North America, traced back to Roxbury, Massachusetts prior to 1635. These apples are medium to large fruit with green-yellow, sometimes bronze tinged skin with a rough, yellow-brown russet. Roxbury Russets have a firm yet tender, slightly coarse, yellow-white flesh with a high sugar content that presents in an aftertaste of honey. Roxbury Russet apples are great for cider, fresh eating, and hold their shape well when cooked.
Roxbury Russet apples are available in the fall and throughout the early winter months.