The cultivar was produced by natural breeding (Sütyemez, 1998) in the region of Kırşehir, Kaman, Turkey. The nut shape of the cultivar is very unique and can be easily distinguished from the other cultivars. Nuts of this cultivar weigh around 13–14 g, and have a medium-rough surface. The kernel is light colored, weighs around 7–8 g, and makes up ≈52% to 57% of the total nut weight.
We sell most nuts in-shell for preservation purposes. Discoloration of the nuts inside may occur due to temperature fluctuations. It may be expected that one or more of the walnuts may contain larvae of the codling moth, Cydia pomonella, as we never treat our farm with pesticides.