22nd December 2017

A Very ‘Appy Christmas

Forget mince pies and chocolate yule log, we’re going barmy for Bramleys as one of Britain’s oldest and favourite apples is in season.

Why, you may ask? First and foremost – they’re versatile. The humble Bramley apple pie may be the ultimate crowd pleaser, but Bramleys go far beyond this delicious dessert and can be used in many sweet and savoury dishes. Our quick and easy Bramley bap with blue cheese, date and walnuts is just one example. And if you’re looking to really impress, try your hand at the Bramley bap with Amaretto cherry.  Simple, delicious and a little bit boozy – it is Christmas after all.

Secondly, it goes without saying that Bramleys are a British classic. Discovered in Nottinghamshire in 1809, the original apple tree is a town treasure in Southwell, and has stolen the hearts of locals for over 200 years.

So in between copious amounts of turkey and stuffing, be sure to get your hands on some Bramleys this Christmas and discover their extraordinary taste and versatility.