The variety is found approx. 1850 in a field fence at Flintinge on Lolland. Named after the lady at the nearby manor "Fuglsang". The tree forms a large domed crown with something hanging growth. The fruit is medium-sized with high truncated cone shape. The base color is green, which at maturity will be hot pale yellow. Sunny side may become brownish. The flesh is white, brittle and very juicy with a sweet little berry-like spicy flavor. Very fine eating apple. Can be picked mid-October and will keep well into winter.