The fact that this apple was named after the then President of the Royal Horticultural Society (the Vicar of Shirley in Surrey) demonstrates the importance attached to cooking apple trees in Victorian times. Raised in 1904 at Veitch’s nursery, Reverend W. Wilks harvests a very large, striking, green apple with bright, white flesh and a good sharp, aromatic flavour. When in season, the tree produces a fabulous, whiter than whiter-than-white blossom, as befits a member of the clergy.
The quintessentially perfect breakfast juice
A harmony of flavour and distinctive balance between sweetness and sharpness which creates a beautifully unique flavour
Perfect served hot over a warming spiced rum with dried apple slices and cinnamon
A balance of medium-sweet notes which perfectly accompany a selection of cheeses and pickles
Orders can be placed using our order form on our order page or by making an enquiry by email to firstname.lastname@example.org
We deliver across all mainland UK. Applicable delivery costs can be found below in ‘Delivery prices for multibuys’.
Our products can be found in and around Wales and England. Some of our suppliers include:
If none of the above are local to you, please get in touch and we will let you know your most local supplier.
Our juices can be sold in boxes of 3, 6 or 12. Delivery costs are as follows:
Welsh Farmhouse is a proudly organic farm, using organic fruit to make our juices. We are certified by QWFC Ltd.
Welsh Farmhouse supplies numerous farmshops, delicatessens, restaurants, bars, cafes and hotels. If you would like to stock and sell our juices please complete our contact form for further information.
Welsh Farmhouse deliver across UK mainland. Get in touch letting us know where you are based and we can provide further details with regards to delivery and associated costs.
Welsh Farmhouse supplies numerous farm shops, delicatessens, restaurants, bars, cafes and hotels. If you would like to stock and sell our juices please complete our contact form for further information regarding our trade prices.