They have smooth yellow skin almost completely covered with reddish-brown blushes and red stripes.
Inside, the off-white flesh is firm, crisp, juicy, finely-textured, tender, aromatic and sweet.
The flavour becomes milder and sweeter as the apple ripens more fully.
The fruit ripens late October / early November.
The tree is a reliable bearer.
For fresh-eating; not so good for cooking.
Hubbardston’s Nonesuch Apples originated in Hubbardston, Massachusetts before 1832.