A West Virginia Apple
The delicious Golden Supreme was discovered as a chance seedling in 1890 in Clay County, W.Va., and was originally named Mullin's Yellow Seedling. Renamed in 1916, its parents are thought to be Golden Reinette and Grimes Golden. Golden Supreme Apples have a pale yellow skin, sometimes with a red blush. As one of the more mellow and sweet varieties, all-purpose Goldens are great for eating out of hand, baking and salads. Golden Supreme Apples are one of the most popular apple varieties in the world with its agreeable taste, texture, aroma and appearance, they’re a “must have” for any apple lover.
Now available at the shop for a limited time.