Golden Reinette apple

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An old variety of red flushed eating apple known since the mid-1600s. It has crisp, hard flesh that crumbles, similar to Blenheim Orange. It keeps its shape if it is cooked. It is a late-season variety, picked from early October in South-East England, is stored and is at its best between November to January.