Black Oxford, noted for its dark skin color, has a contrasting bright white flesh with a slight hint of green. A medium-sized sweet-tart apple with hints of spice, this heirloom variety is valued by pie and cider makers. Its flavor improves in time, and its storage life is exceptional.
Discovered: 1790, Maine
Harvest: Late Season
Black Oxford was first discovered in Oxford County, Maine, around 1790.