What kind of apples you like? Granny Smith? Big Macintosh? Braeburn? Apple Jacks?
Isn't that a cereal? That doesn't taste like apples?
Cripps Pink and Granny Smith are about the last men standing this time of year, but Empire, FRESH McIntosh
>I mean picked off the tree nigguh
Gala, organic and/or heirloom Red Delicious, Jazz, Braeburn, Honeycrisp
I find the latest apples like Milwa/Junami and RubyFrost are tooth achingly sweet. When it's apple picking season I'll eat them by the peck, but at this point pretty much every variety is in cold storage and past it's best eating, so I probably won't have another apple until next Summer.
jazz is god tier. dat crunch.
fuji and honeycrisp are a close second. hell even granny smith is amazing when you're in the mood for it.
oddly as much as i love raw apples i'm indifferent to any other form of them
Granny smith is my go-to apple. I gravitate toward sour flavors. I love it in oatmeal, or with some cheddar cheese.
Among sweet apples, a good, fresh honeycrisp is great. Love the juiciness and there's something satisfying about the crunch that gives way to the juice release.
I actually hate the taste of apples, so these are the only ones I can stand.
It's an apple infused with grape flavor, but with no added sugar or calories.
They're delicious, but retarded expensive for apples.
I hope you know that the grape flavour comes from a pesticide they use for birds, that just happens to have that cheap GRAPE DRANK taste.
Enjoy your cancer.
>I actually hate the taste of apples
Are you fucking kidding me?
I live in a big apple growing area, so there's lots of varieties. But, I think my favorites are
>Arkansas Black (for cooking/baking)
There a few heirloom varieties I tried this fall that were really good, but I can't remember their names. I should keep a list every year, because there's always different kinds popping up.
they're not really different than any other Gala, just a lot lighter in color. Anyone who says otherwise is just a sucka for marketing
Source: I've eaten millions of apples in my life working on orchards for 20 years