They have pale yellow skin with a bright pinkish-red flush on the side that got the sun.
Inside, the white flesh is finely-textured, crisp, and juicy, with good flavour.
The fruit bruises easily.
The tree is an abundant bearer.
For cooking or fresh-use.
Kandil Sinap Apples were known in Turkey in the early 1800s. They possibly originated in the Crimea.
The word “Kandil” in Turkish means “candle”, perhaps to describe its shape.