Bramtot Apple Trees

  • Bittersweet
  • High sugar
  • Heavy Cropper
  • Hardy to zone 5

Bramtot is a bittersweet French cider apple, first introduced in Normandy in 1872. Reputedly from the old variety Martin Fessar; taken to England by the Woolhope Naturalists’ Field Club in 1884.

Fruit is small/medium, green with orange blush. Partially russetted. Low acid, high tannin, very high sugar.

Ripens early October. The tree is tall, with erect branches.


Height of tree when mature:

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