Inside they have aromatic, off-white crispy, juicy, tart flesh.
The tree is an abundant bearer.
Best for cooking.
Barnack Beauty Apples originated in Barnack, Cambridgeshire, England. One theory is that the tree grew from a seed planted by a Mrs. Betty Geeson in the 1840s, and that after she died, it was raised by a man named Charles.
The apple was introduced commercially by W & J Brown of Stamford, Lincolnshire, around 1870. It received two awards from the Royal Horticultural Society: an Award of Merit in 1899, and a First Class Certificate in 1909.