|Discovered||Early 1900s Somerset, England|
Yarlington Mill is a late-season, medium-to-small, round apple with red streaking over yellow skin. It has crisp, white flesh and a sweet flavor that lends a medium bittersweet quality to hard cider.
A Mr. Bartlett found the original Yarlington Mill tree growing out of a wall near a water wheel in Yarlington or North Cadbury, Somerset, England, in the early 1900s. After being transplanted to a nearby garden, it was probably grown by Harry Masters, grower of the first Harry Masters Jersey.