They have coarsely-textured, crisp, sweet, creamy-white flesh.
Kent Apples are considered fresh-eating apples.
Kent Apples should not be confused with the apple called “Flower of Kent.”
Kent Apples store well.
Kent Apples were developed from a cross between Cox Orange Pippin and Jonathan apples by the East Malling Research Station in Kent, England in 1949, but weren’t released until 1974.