Discussion in 'General Chat' started by EricHitchmo, May 3, 2007.
For me easily Pink Lady. Pricy yes, but awesome crunch and acid/sweet taste
Pink lady as well
But I prefer a more tangy apple for my juice. Something like granny smith. Mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm
(sorry, I really like apple juice)
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Any type of apple will do me, as long as it isn't ***** from the supermarket. Flavourless crap.
must admit though don`t recognise some of the other models mentioned....
Got to be the braeburn for me, either that or a decent english apple. Granny Smiths are overrated man
Granny smith for me, the little 'un likes empire apples, purely for the Star Wars connection.
A braeburn man here. Though I'm feeling tempted by some of the other apple's mentioned.
Whats a braeburn like? Cruchy and tart? Thinking I should try it out..
The big green one... forgot it's name.
Royal Gala...none of that Granny crap
defo braeburn too but also like a pink lady
not fond of the green ones
Granny Smith. Or any green, firm textured, bitter sweet apple. I hate the powdery, thick skinned, sweet apples. Yuck!
i have to say my fav is a nice pink lady
even nicer when its kept in the fridge
Nobody mentioned Golden Delicious yet
And braeburn's of course
I don't like apples that much. Cider is good.
Do tinned peaches count?
Same here, nicer than a pink lady.
Value apples from Tesco.
Can't beat a juicy Cox
Went to an Apple festival last year (nobody can tell me I don't live life to the full) and was lucky enough to get hold of a bag of some peculiar Hampshire Cox varient. They were absolutely fantastic but have proved impossible to secure from anywhere else .
Golden Delicious, got to be chilled in the fridge tho.
actually Sainsburys do a fairly decent range of apples
That's my wifes favourite.
Funnily enough, I don't eat apples too often but I was given one earlier this week & it was the tastiest apple I've ever had.
It was from New Zealand & red, I think the name is Luvya or something along those lines, does anybody know if these are commonly available?
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