Claygate Pearmain has a rich aromatic scent, cream-colored flesh, and a nut-like flavor. A small apple, its mostly light green and red-orange peel is striped slightly in red with specks of russeting.
Discovered: Early 1800s, England
Harvest: Late Season
Claygate Pearmain was discovered in the 1800s in Surrey, England. It was a popular addition to most Victorian and Edwardian home orchards.