They have yellow skin covered by bright red.
The taste is a balance of sweet and tart.
The tree starts to produce fruit while still young, and is very hardy, but it is not always a reliable bearer.
For cooking; okay for fresh-eating.
The flavour holds up well in cooking.
Sunny Brook Apples were developed in Canada from a cross between two experimental apples named Heyer 12 and Morden 359.