If you had to create a classic "apple" flavor in the lab, it would be modeled on the Mac: juicy, fresh, sweet, and bright—everything an apple should be.
Large, red striped fruit with a sweet, pleasant flavor. Excellent flavor good for eating. Good storage life. It is big, sweet, firm, long-keeping, chunky to chew, complex-ly flavorful, Fireside’s flame-orange striping over a rich yellow undercolor.
The name says it all for this in-demand variety: crisp, juicy flesh with a sweetness that rivals honey. The firm flesh stands up well in a pie or other dessert, but the unbeatable flavor begs to be used in any way from cider to salads to straight eating.
Often described as "sprightly" because of its balance of sweetness and acidity, Cortland browns more slowly after cutting than most other apples, which makes it great for fruit salads.
Wealthy is a very juicy apple, with a tart and sweet strawberry-like flavor. This is a multi-purpose apple, but it is especially good for cooking, such as pies, sauces and juices. Wealthy often bears fruit the first year and keeps well. Its fruit tends to drop at maturity.
Dudley Large, greenish-yellow fruit with red overlay. Flesh is firm, tender, very juicy, and briskly sub-acid. Excellent for sauce and baking
Connell Red’s magnificent deep red, stripe-free, solid blush
In flavor and texture and firmness Redcort is proving to be a highly desirable apple.