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The Braeburn’s texture is crisp, firm and juicy, and it has a sweet flavor balanced with moderate tartness. It is shaded with a broad red stripe and a yellow-green undercolor.
The Braeburn is a cultivar of apple that is firm to the touch with a red vertical streaky appearance. Its colour intensity varies with different varieties.
Braeburn apples have a unique combination of sweet and tart flavour. They are available late April to mid October and are medium to large in size. They are a popular fruit for growers for their export qualities.
The cultivar is named after an area of the Moutere Hills near Motueka, New Zealand.