Apple Varieties description
Paula Red- McIntosh type apple with softer flesh and a pleasant sweet\slightly tart taste. Excellent baking apple, perfect for apple sauces.
Zestar- A Very crisp eating apple with a tart/sweet flavor. Can be baked with
Summer Treat- very sweet delicious type apple with a Sweet/Starchy flavor. Doesn't keep very well, available for only a limited time
GingerGold- Very Sweet and crispy with a hint of starch. Very similar to a golden delicious. Can be baked with
Molly Delicious- Very Sweet eating apple greatly similar to a Red Delicious.
Gala- Very sweet/ starchy eating apple
Wealthy- Older apple variety with a tart and jucy flavor. Excellent apple for applesauce
McIntosh- Classic apple variety with a mildly tart flavor. Excellent apple for applesauce, bakes into a more smooth texture than other apples.
Cortland- Classic apple variety with a firm/crispy texture and sweet to mildly tart flavor. Best apple for pies because they hold their shape better while being cooked.
Macoun- Cross between a McIntosh and a Cortland. Crispy yet soft texture with a mildly sweet flavor. Excellent baking apple
Harrelson- Very tart apple with a firm texture. Can be baked with, makes a great applesauce
Wolf River- Older apple veriety favored by bakers. Grows very large (making it easy to peel by hand) and has a slightly tart yet bland flavor (allowing other flavors to be "expressed" more).
HoneyCrisp- To some, considered to be the perfect apple. Very Sweet flavor with the perfect crispness to complement. Can be baked with.
Empire- Cross between and Red Delicious and McIntosh apple, Empire have a mostly tart\ slightly sweet flavor with a very jucy texture. Great overall cooking apple that keeps very well.
Jonathan- Tart, holds shape in oven well and makes a great applesauce
Jonagold- Sweet with a mild tartness, great all around baking and eating apple
Red Delicious- Sweet/Starchy flavor, keeps very well
Golden Delicious- Very sweet/ mildly starchy flavor, can be cooked with
Winesap- Tart, soft texture, very jucy