Don’t let the fancy name confuse you – the Dabinett apple is neither French nor very tasty. Small, not very juicy and bitter, you’d think this apple wasn’t good for much, right? Well, this tiny yellow and red-speckled beauty is known as perhaps the most useful cider apple in the world. It has been used for over 150 years to make the finest ciders – and likely will continue to be favoured for years to come.

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