Sweet Tart

Suncrisp is a large, juicy, yellow apple with orange-red striping and a yellow, crisp, and sweet-tart flesh making it a good fresh eating and cider apple. It ripens in October and can be kept for a few months.

Discovered: 1960s, New Jersey; released 1994

Parentage: Golden Delicious x (Cox's Orange Pippin x Cortland)

Harvest: Late Season


Suncrisp is a newer apple whose parentage includes Cox’s Orange Pippin, Cortland, and Golden Delicious.