This variety has a hint of brown sugar and cannot be kept on the shelf.
This decendant of the McIntosh ripens much earlier than the McIntosh, but still packs that crisp bite and sweet/tart balance the McIntosh is loved for.
A sport variety of the Paula Red, this apple is a little sweeter than the Paula Red and has a deep crimson color.
The ultimate blend of our finest apples, pressed and bottled all for your consumption.
Plenty of flavors to choose from. A nice, healthy snack and kids love them.
This apple originated in New York (maybe that's where the phrase "the big apple" comes from). This late season apple has a traditional red coloring and an excellent crunch!
Harvested from local tree taps. You will love the taste of this delectable topper!
We have our own bees and we harvest the honey. Come see our busy little pets and take home some fresh honey
This cross between a Gala and an Akane was a collaboration between Japan and New Zealand. It is a very refreshing, sweet, crisp early season apple
Another apple from the University of Minnesota. This apple was released in 2006 and has a remarkable sweet/tart balance. This apple is slow to brown when cut.
Although the origins of this variety are not completely known, it is thought to come from our neighbors across the pond. This juicy apple has a red striped exterior and packs a pleasant crunch and a wonderful sweet-tart flavor.
The newest apple craze from the Midwest Apple Improvement Association. It's a cross between a Honeycrisp and a Fuji. It possesses a sweet flavor and texture similar to a Honeycrisp, looks like a Fuji. What could be it's greatest feature is that it can be stored for months