Braeburn apple
Braeburn
The Braeburn is particularly cherished for its crispness, firm pulp and sweet-sour aroma. It exhibits hints of rose and fennel as well as waxy notes like plum. The aftertaste is notable for its relative bitterness.

Andreas Gschleier, apple farmer from Ora/Auer, about the Braeburn
This very robust variety comes originally from New Zealand and is a typical representative of warm growing locations. It’s also one of the most productive varieties amongst red apples. The special juiciness can be consistently guaranteed by proper storage techniques.
Flavour
sweet sour
flavour
mild aromatic
pulp
melting firm
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