Tart and sweet, crunchy and juicy... together.
This apple is a cross between the Granny Smith and the Lady Hamilton: that's why it has the characteristics of both varieties and is so adaptable. Do you fancy an apple salad? Braeburn Melinda is ideal, and also goes well with walnuts. Do you want to prepare a platter of semi-aged cheeses? Braeburn Melinda is the best pairing. Once you've learned its name, you can't help but have it at home.
Unmistakable streaky red on a yellow-green background. Very compact skin to the touch. Round shape with a firm bite.
Aromatic and unique, with the right balance of sweetness and tartness.
Compact and firm.
This apple's solid consistency helps it keep its round shape even after cooking. Its organoleptic properties make it perfect to be eaten in many dishes.
If you want to savour it in all its fragrance, we suggest eating it within seven days of purchase.
After bringing them home, place them in the fruit and vegetable compartment of your fridge (ideal temperature 3-4 °C) for the shortest amount of time, and remove no more than two hours before eating them. Avoid storing them at room temperature for several days.