Sweet Coppin is an English heirloom cider variety first discovered in Devon in the 18th century. This apple is pale yellow.
The fruit produces a full sweet juice with low acidity and tannin, vintage qualities, and may be used to help balance over-sharp cider blends.
The tree is precocious and of medium vigor, with a harvest date of late October in upstate New York. The variety is weak growing and high cropping, leading to biennial bearing. Sweet Coppin is susceptible to mildew and hardy to zone 5, potentially zone 4.