What's it like?
It is extra sweet and aromatic with a very juicy and tender, snow white flesh. It is excellent for eating and good for sauce and salads. For an extra special treat, try 'Macoun' slices with a sophisticated cheese like Stilton. These apples are only available for a limited time in the fall. Get yours today and enjoy!
'Macoun' was developed at the New York State Agricultural Experiment Station in Geneva in 1932 and was named for a famous Canadian fruit breeder. As one of the parents of the 'HoneyCrisp', it has many of the characteristics it passed on to its offspring. It has established itself as one the premier niche apples of the Northeast. Rarely found in grocery stores, 'Macoun' can most easily be found in local farm markets like Stone Ridge Orchard.