This traditional apple is juicy and aromatic with a sweet, tangy-tart flavor. Its skin is deep red but sometimes displays a green blush. McIntosh apples are the perfect size for snacking, and their tartness also makes them ideal for applesauce and pies.
One of the most popular apples in the US, the Gala has a thin skin that varies in color from cream to red and yellow striped. Their mild-sweet flavor carries a hint of vanilla, and they are great on salads or juiced.
The snow white flesh of Cortland apples is extremely slow to brown when cut, making them perfect for serving fresh on a charcuterie board or in a salad. Their high water content makes them great for pressing into cider or juice.
Macoun apples are extra sweet and slightly crunchy. They pair well with wine and cheese but are also great in salads and applesauce.