Herefordshire Redstreak is an heirloom English cider apple that was first discovered during the 17th century, Herefordshire, England. It quickly became famous for the quality and quantity of its fermented apple cider.
The apple is small, round, yellow with redstreaks. Produces a fine-flavored, bittersharp, vintage cider.
The tree is upright, vigorous.
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