Harry Master's Jersey is a cider apple from Somerset, England, that produces a bittersweet, vintage cider and was first discovered in the early 1800's.
The apple is small, golf-ball sized, and conic, with dark burgundy over yellow russet color. Gently astringent and bitter, inedible fresh, only used to produce a full bittersweet cider. Predominently for mixing, will not produce a good single varietal cider. Adds a funky barnyard flavor to cider.
The tree is precocious and productive with a tendency towards biennial cropping. Late flowering and late midseason harvest. Scab and fireblight susceptible.