Intensely crisp and juicy, sweet and tart balance. Fresh-eating, salad, cooking. Honeycrisp is so good as a fresh-eating apple and has such wide appeal that it is the one variety to recommend with absolute confidence. The two strongest features are crisp, dense and juicy flesh that seems to explode in the mouth, and a wonderful balance of tart and sweet flavors.
The flesh is very white, crisp, juicy and tender. The flavor is tart/sweet. The Liberty apple is a McIntosh type of apple. Large, red blush covering nearly all of the yellow fruit. Flavor develops over one month of storage.
Brisk flavor, and sweet aroma. Fresh-eating. A distinctive eating apple with a loyal following, Spartan has many great qualities inherited from its parents, McInstosh & Newton Pippin. It features a firm, crisp white flesh and a flavor that is described by many as "brisk".
Large, crunchy, and juicy. Fresh-eating. The taste isn't overwhelming, rather it has a nice balance of sweet and tart flavors, and has a crisp, juicy texture. McIntosh lovers should give this one a try.
Priscilla has very good dessert and eating quality is crisp and juicy. Medium in size. Crisp, coarse, mildly subacid. White to slightly greenish flesh. Good flavor and quality with a hint of pineapple flavor. Will store for three months.
It is known as one of the best cooking apples. The Northern Spy stays crisp and juicy for long periods in storage. It has a tart aromatic taste.
Very sweet, dark red apple that ripens in September.