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HEIRLOOM APPLE: Citrus, tea and history

HEIRLOOM APPLE: Citrus, tea and history

If there is one piece of fruit that seems to have captured the fancies of statesmen, farmers, chefs, and, yes, royalty, since Colonial times, it's the Albemarle pippin, a green apple with russet shoulders that began its journey in — where else? — the Big Apple.

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