Pink Pearl was one of the first pink-fleshed apples to become available, and the strange color flesh is still a talking point. Although the apples can be eaten fresh, this is really a variety for the kitchen – the pink-flesh makes a real difference for apple sauce or cider. Pink Pearl apples have a short season, they are harvested in early fall with supplies lasting through mid to late fall. It appears to be a normal apple until you take a bite of it. Share this with your friends!
They are well known for their amazing red colored flesh.
These special colored apples typically have a Californian origin.
Pink Pearl Apples were developed in 1944 by Albert Etter.
They have a tart flavor and the sweetness is just perfect.
They typically ripen between late August to mid-September.
Usage of this in traditional apple pie recipe is like a visual treat.
Who else wants to eat it right now?
I just can’t wait to try one for myself. It’s like the fruit from a fantasy world.
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