Inside, they have crisp, sweet flesh with a touch of sourness to its taste.
When ripe, the apples will stay on the trees for up to 3 weeks.
For fresh-eating, or cider.
Store for up to 1 month only.
Burgundy Apples were developed from a cross between Antonovka Apples and Monroe and Macoun apples at Cornell-Geneva in New York State, USA, by a Dr Roger Way.