The Braeburn apple is a chance seedling that originated in New Zealand in the early 1950s; it’s parentage is possibly Lady Hamilton crossed with Granny Smith. Now grown in the United States, it has proven to be a multi-purpose apple. This variety boasts of outstanding flavor; a crisp, juicy apple, the Braeburn has a rich, spicy-sweet flavor that make it just right for snacks and salads. Its color varies from orange to red over a yellow background.
Uses: Snacking. Salads, Baking, Sauces, Pies