Probably the most popular summer apple among the newly developed disease-resistant introductions. It’s actually crisp, which is rare for a summer apple. Deep purple roundish-conic irregularly shaped fruit. Light cream-colored flesh with red staining just under the skin. Firm, crisp and very juicy. Has a nice acidic blend of tart and sweet. Highly resistant to fireblight, cedar apple rust and sooty blotch; resistant to powdery mildew. Scab immune.
Matures late July or early August