The apples are round, medium to large-sized, with thick, tough glossy yellow skin almost completely covered over with a red flush and many small, light green dots. There will be russeting at stem.
Inside the flesh is yellowish, crisp, juicy, tender, and fine-textured.
Kinnaird’s Choice Apples are fragrant and mildly tart and are good for fresh-eating and cider.
The Kinnaird’s Choice Apple was found by a Michael Kinnaird in Franklin County, Tennessee in 1855.
Possibly a cross between Limbertwig and Winesap apples.