A unique, yellow-brown heirloom variety that lives up to it’s name with a pineapple flavor. Some say it also has hints of honey. This apple is small, imperfectly shaped and russeted, making it commercially unacceptable, but the unique flavor has kept it around. It has long been loved in England as a desert apple. It was discovered near Worcester, England, in the 1780’s. Picked in late September to early October.