DESSERT APPLES

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These apples have a greenish colour, which in ripening takes on a straw-yellow colour. They are characterized by their exceptionally sweet taste. It is a winter variety which was developed in Poland. The apples are delicate, so they require careful storage and their taste can be enjoyed until spring.

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The skin of these apples is greenish-yellow with a reddish-orange blush. These apples have a spherical-conical shape. They are sweet and sour and very juicy. The apples are vulnerable to damage, but last until April when well stored.

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These apples are characterized by their yellow skin covered with a red blush, and what distinguishes them is a slightly oily film. After cutting, white pulp of a creamy consistency appears. These apples are juicy and outstandingly crispy. Their flavour is sweet, with a touch of acidity.

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This variety is characterized by its very large fruit and conical shape. Their skin is covered with a fuzzy, dark red blush, and their pulp has a lightly acidic taste. These apples are exceptionally crispy, juicy and aromatic.

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Another name of this variety is Malinovka. It can be recognized by its single colour in a raspberry shade, with a touch of violet and by its slender shape. When you cut open a Malinovka, right under its skin you can see a pinkish marble, while the pulp is a light pink. The apple has a slightly raspberry-like taste, unusually juicy and crispy, and its scent is amazing.

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Fruit of this variety are characterized by their light, greenish-yellow, delicately shiny skin, which sometimes takes on a lightly blushing red. Their pulp is juicy, crispy and aromatic. They have a sweet-wine taste and are one of the most delicious apple varieties. Golden Delicious are ideal as a quick snack.

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These apples are characterized by light greenish skin, passing into light yellow. After cutting we see pulp of a greenish-white colour. The fruit features an unusually delicate, acidic taste, and picked in a later period takes on more sweetness. Besides eating fresh, it may be used in making jam and preserves, as well as an addition to cake.

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