Cox’s Orange Pippin has an orange-red hue and is lightly red-striped. It is a medium-sized apple with excellent flavor and a spicy or nutty fragrance, making it a favorite among cider makers. Cox’s Orange Pippin ripens in late September to early October.
Discovered: 1825, England
Parentage: Ribston Pippin x Unknown
Cox’s Orange Pippin was developed in the United Kingdom around 1825 by Richard Cox. It was a very popular dessert apple in the 1800s, and it is enjoying a rise in popularity due to its outstanding flavor.