Braeburn

BRAEBURN

Mild sweet and really tasty, this Braeburn apple. It has nice and firm crunchy flesh and can be well preserved. Braeburn is an eating apple but also very tasty in an apple pie! The apple is yellow-green with red-orange stripes. Braeburn was discovered by chance in 1952 in New Zealand and is named after the first orchard where it was grown. From April to September this biggies are exported to the northern hemisphere.

Cross breed:
Granny Smith x Lady Hamilton

Suitable for:
eating apple, apple pie and (fruit) salads

Recognizability:
This apple is very sturdy and has a slightly sweet taste