Braeburn is a slightly conical, crimson red apple overlaid on thin, yellow skin. Its yellow flesh is dense, aromatic, and juicy, and it has sweet-tart flavor with a hint of citrus.
Braeburn is good for both fresh eating and cooking, and it has three to four times as much Vitamin C as the average apple. It keeps well in storage.
Discovered: 1952, New Zealand
Parentage: Lady Hamilton x Unknown
Harvest: Late Season
Started as a chance seedling in New Zealand in 1952, Braeburn gained popularity in the United States in the 1960s and 1970s.