They have yellow skin covered with bright red flushes and stripes.
Inside, the white flesh is juicy and aromatic, with a sweet taste.
The fruit ripens in mid-August.
The tree is hardy, but it does not like excessive summer heat and is sometimes is a biennial bearer. It may drop its apples early; the fruit needs thinning to help prevent this.
For-fresh eating. Also good for apple sauce.
Does not store well.
Mantet Apples were developed from a cross between Tetofsky and McIntosh apples done in Manitoba, Canada. Released 1929.