A medium-sized red apple. This is a juicy apple with white flesh and a lightly tart flavor. One of the most aromatic apples, it’s great for cooking, but does break down when cooked. Keeps well.
Has a light green-yellow background with a red-orange flush. Grows in both medium and large sizes. A crisp, sweet apple with a great bite. Has a low acid content. Baking with this apple may be difficult due to its large water content. It’s also a difficult apple to grow. Personally, we think the smaller Honey Crisps are tastier.
This is a small to medium-sized apple with a bright red over yellow background. It stores well and its tart, crunchy taste makes it a good eating apple.
A red apple with yellow undertones. The Cortland is medium to large in size. It’s a tender, sweet apple with a hint of tartness. Its white flesh is slow to brown. Great for baking and sauces, it does break down when cooked.
This apple is red with slight yellow undertones. It’s small to medium in size. A juicy, crisp apple that has a spicy flavor. Its skin is tough, but it can go soft quickly. Has a short shelf life.
A small, dark red apple. This juicy, crisp apple isn’t as tart as the Jonathan. This apple’s dark skin will give apple sauce a red tinge.