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Orin apple

Last updated 22 Oct 2012.

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Current rating: 3.4 out of 5. Total votes cast: 7
 

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03 Nov 2013 
I was able to buy these apples in both the commissary, and in the local farmer's markets. I don't know what they taste like in the US but here in Japan, they are fabulous. Texture is like a Honey Crisp, but sweeter.


24 Feb 2013 
I got a few of these apples at the local market. They were exceptionally sweet with noticeable honey and tropical overtones. Not much balancing acid. The flesh was firm with a "soft" crunch, kind of like a golden delicious before it goes mealy. People who love very sweet apples will want to try this one.


26 Jan 2013 
Sweet, juicy. Might be good to use as a base for cider.



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Yellow skin is blushed red-orange and dotted with conspicuous white lenticels. Sweet, very honeyed, pale yellow flesh, but of little taste or acidity of fruit. Shares same parentage as Mutsu.

Origins

  • Species: Malus domestica
  • Parentage: Indo x Golden Delicious
  • Originates from: Japan
  • Introduced: 1940s
  • Developed by: Aomori Apple Research Station?
  • Orange Pippin Cultivar ID: 1821
  • UK National Fruit Collection accession number: 1981-117

Identification

  • Fruit colour: Yellow / Gold

Using

  • Uses: Eat fresh
  • Harvest period: Late season

Growing

  • Vigour: Average growth
  • Fruit bearing: Tip-bearer

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