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Its fruit is large in size and pear-shaped-oblong in shape. The bark is thick, with a typical brass color and slightly uneven. The flesh is white, very firm, medium, juicy, slightly sweet and slightly aromatic. It ripens in the month of September and keeps quite well. It is recommended to inoculate it in rootstocks of pear seedlings or in quince using an intermediate rootstock. It adapts better to the northernmost parts of the country.