"Technically they are your basic Fuji apple, very sweet with good crunch. What makes these different is they are picked during the last days of October - the last of the season - and leaving them on the tree a little longer, allowing the center of the apples to crystallize a bit, leaving a pocket of juiciness in the center. This makes the entire apple just a bit sweeter."
Today's post could be the same as the last one! We still have lots of apples available.
All above are still nice and crisp and fresh.
You could still find some Jonagold out there if you look.
To find where the most apples are left to pick, walk down to the orange cone and start picking there. The farther down the row you go, the better the picking! The far ends of the rows are usually still loaded and fast picking!
We do have some apples pre-picked up by the office if you'd rather go that route. $12/bucket for those.