Stay me with flagons; comfort me with apples.
KANDIL SINAP, also called Jubilee, came from the Crimea of Russia, probably in the 1800s. The porcelain-like, cream-yellow skin is washed with a red blush, and the snow-white flesh is crisp, juicy and sweet. The fruit will bruise easily. Under certain growing conditions, the flesh will have a vinous flavor. The tree grows in a pronounced narrow, pyramidal, dwarfish form, but it is a heavy and regular bearer, suitable for dessert and culinary use. It ripens in October
- Late Summer - August