Cox Apple

First grown in Colnbrook, Buckinghamshire in 1825 the Cox or Cox’s Orange Pippin was cultivated by Richard Cox, a horticulturalist.

The Cox is recognisable by its eye catching red and yellow skin and known for its wonderfully aromatic and rich apple flavour.

The texture of the Cox makes it an excellent eating apple however it is this light texture which means cooking the apple should be avoided. One popular use for the Cox is to mix it with other apples in the production of cider.

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