Howgate Wonder

A cross between Bleinheim Orange and Newton Wonder, this apple was first raised during the first world war by G. Wratten, Howgate Lane, Bembridge, Isle of Wight. This apple can be picked as either a cooking apple or a desert apple. This is because it is big, very big. As a desert apple (which is how it is picked for the purposes of our juice), it has a fresh, sweet, juicy flesh and because of its size, one apple can be sliced up and used to feed the entire family.