The flesh is off-white, sometimes with a tinge of green. It is crisp, sweet, and somewhat juicy.
The tree is a heavy bearer. Grenadier Apples are ready to pick in August.
Grenadier Apples are not good for pies, as they doesn’t hold their shape and are best used for sauce.
They cook up fluffy and when used for sauce, the sauce comes out yellowish.
Grenadier Apples were first recorded in Maidstone, Kent, England, in 1862. Though the origin is uncertan, they were first exhibited by a Charles Turner of Slough, Berkshire, England (who also developed Arthur Turner Apples), and then introduced commercially by G Bunyard & Co Nursery in Maidstone, Kent