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Aceymac apple

Last updated 29 May 2011.

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Current rating: 4.3 out of 5. Total votes cast: 11
 

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18 Apr 2017 
Not unpleasant, but definitely NOT a true Mac...Has appearance of a Delicious, peaked bottom around the core. And is sweeter and crunchier than a Mac, again more like a Delicious. close to fraud or deception to not mention the obvious cross with a delicious.


27 Feb 2016 
A true Macintosh lover will be disappointed with Aceymac. Taste and texture suggests a cross with Golden Delicious: less tart, bright and flavorful; and often less crisp and juicy, with flesh less white and with a distinct Delicious-like narrowing to the base vs. the round profile of a Mac. Unfortunately, they are often sold in plastic bags in local supermarkets as Macintosh - and it is often hard to tell them apart until you cut one open to reveal their shape and flesh color.


16 Mar 2013 
Have not tasted the apples but I am not particular as long as there's no wormys lol humor said johnny apple seed.


08 Sep 2012 
The grocery store where I work, known for having tons of apple varieties, sells this variety as macintosh. They're crunchier and blander than a true mac, though. They didn't have that true "mac" taste to them either.


11 Apr 2012 
Just picked up one the other day. Its pretty much just like a Mac but bigger.


03 Aug 2011 
I have not tasted this variety. I am also having apple orchards. I wants know more about this variety and wants to know whether it can be grown in our climatic condition.



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Resembles McIntosh in taste, appearance, shape, and flesh. Slightly firmer than McIntosh. Aceymac may be Spartan with new name.

Origins

  • Species: Malus domestica
  • Originates from: United States
  • Orange Pippin Cultivar ID: 1605

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  • Diane in CHUDLEIGH, DEVON

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