Inside, the yellow flesh is crisp, juicy and full-flavoured.
The tree bears fruit heavily, but only every other year.
Acme Apples can be stored up to a few months.
The Acme Apple was developed in 1944 by W.P. Seabrook & Sons of Boreham, Essex, England from a seedling that was a cross between a Worcester Pearmain and Rival apples. The seedling may then have been pollinated by a Cox’s Orange Pippin tree.