My Experience

If you had to live forever with one pear, Concorde should be it. Its flavor is that a-mazing. Each bite is perfectly juicy with a rush of sugars and simple yet unique vanilla finish.

Obviously, you are going to want to bite right into Concorde pears, but you can also use them in baking and cooking applications. It would doll up a charcuterie board like no other!

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My Story

Concorde pears are a newer variety that originated in England as a cross between the Conference and Comic pear varieties. It’s a specialty pear that might be hard to find in stores, but worth the search! Concorde is slow to brown when compared to other pears, and its green skin will soften once it’s ripe and ready to eat.

Stemilt grows its Concorde pears in Washington’s Wenatchee and Entiat River valleys.

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My Story

Concorde pears are a newer pear variety that originated in England as a cross between the Conference and Comice pear varieties. They have the same long, slender neck as Conference, with the sweet and juicy flavor of Comice. The heritage and flavor of Concorde makes it one of the best multipurpose and dessert-quality pears available today. You'll love the flavor of this specialty pear!

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