Crisp and tart, one of the most anticipated flavours of our fall harvest.

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Tasting Notes

The “Mac” is an Ontario classic, discovered by John McIntosh on a farm near Morrisburg in the early 1800’s. It has a tart flavour which sweetens as it ripens. Firm and crisp with a white, juicy flesh, it’s ideal for eating fresh. Unpeeled, the McIntosh also makes a lovely pink applesauce. Because of its high water content, it is not recommended for baking unless you prefer a very soft apple pie. If that is you, bake away!

McIntosh Is Great For
  • Eating
  • Sauce
  • Cooking
  • Cider
  • Juicing


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