Eater. Raised c1949 by Mr Dummer, a workman on an Essex fruit farm, Blacksmiths Corner, Langham Essex, where the mother tree still grows. Believed to be Worcester Pearmain X Beauty of Bath. Widely planted in the 1980s for the early UK market.
Crisp, juicy, slightly pink stained flesh ready in September. You can spot them ripening in Scottish gardens everywhere. Justifiably popular.