Also known as Knobby Russet, a medium size with a very distinct appearance.
Irregularly shaped with bumps and knobs, the skin is yellow-green and mottled.
The surface is covered in pores, that also signal’s the level of sweetness.
It is not particularly juicy but has a rich, sweet flavor with hints of spice and citrus.
Type – Eater
Pick – October
Store – March
Group – B(2)
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