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Pippin apple are light green to yellow in color and oftentimes splashed with orange and red russeted highlights. Its creamy white flesh is crisp, juicy and aromatic. When first picked the taste of the Pippin has a rich sweet tart apple taste with nuances of spice and pine, a flavor that will pleasantly mellow in cold storage.
Pippin apples are available starting in the fall and lasting through early to mid-winter.
The Pippin apple also know as Newtown Pippin and Albemarle Pippin is one of the oldest apple varieties to come out of the United States. It is believed that there are two varieties of Pippin, green and yellow, though the differences between the two are very subtle and dependent upon growing conditions.