Bramley

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Bramley

(ˈbræmlɪ) or

Bramley's seedling

n
(Cookery) a variety of cooking apple having juicy firm flesh
[C19: named after Matthew Bramley, 19th-century English butcher, said to have first grown it]
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Mr Bramley agreed but insisted that the tree should bear his name, hence we now enjoy a Bramleys Seedling, when if all were fair it would be a Brailsford!
Some of the readily available ones are Granny Smiths, Russets, Laxtons and Bramleys Seedling.