Fall Pippin is a rare, large, yellow late-season apple that was especially valued for cooking. It is aromatic, with crisp, juicy, cream-colored flesh and outstanding sweet-tart flavor, and it stores well.
Discovered: 1700s, New England
Harvest: Late Season
Fall Pippin is one of America’s oldest apples. It was grown in New England in the 1700s, but its origins are unclear.