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

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!


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McIntosh Is Great For

  • Eating
  • Sauce
  • Cooking
  • Cider
  • Juicing

Packaging Formats

Overview of the fact that the product is available in multiple packaging formats and that Martin’s can work with you to produce custom formats in collaboration with you.