Crispin

Crispin

Crisp and firm, mildly tart and aromatic.

Tasting Notes

Also known by its original Japanese name, “Mutsu”, the large–sized Crispin is slightly tart with a nice firm texture. Biting into a Crispin, you can see why it was renamed in North America — its crisp texture gives it a crunch you can hear across the room. It has also inherited a sweet honeyed flavour from one of its parents — the Golden Delicious. Crispin is one of the most versatile of all varieties. It holds its shape nicely for baked apples and pies, yet is delicious eaten out of hand.

Sweetness
Storability
Crispin is Great For
  • Eating
  • Salads
  • Sauce
  • Pie
  • Baking
  • Cooking
  • Cider
  • Juicing

Availability

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