Jolly Miller (Malus domestica Jolly Miller) apple dates from 1883 when it was popular in the Cottenham area of
Cambridgeshire. It is possibly takes its name from the village pub of the same name where fruit was once traded.
It is a medium sized tall apple with a greasy
yellow skin, reddish flush and broken red stripes. By the time it is ready for picking and cooking in late September, it resembles a ripe tomato in appearance.