Pink pearl: the most unusual apples in the world
From conventional varieties Pink Pearl is different almost everything from the taste to the color of the pulp.
May 10, 2019 at 09:02
This sort of home tree, the descendant of the old English variety called “Surprise,” in 1944 brought a well-known breeder albert Etter. Apples with flesh bright colors quickly gained popularity abroad and today are grown in gardens on the West coast of California, Oregon, and Washington. They are usually harvested from late August to late autumn.
Pink Pearls typically has fine-grained flesh is bright pink or red. Its translucent skin is usually a plum, yellow or green in color and speckled with tiny white dots.
These apples are very aromatic and have a sweet tart flavor with hints of raspberry and grapefruit. Fruits have low calories and high water content.
Due to its tart taste apples Pink Pearls go well with spicy food. For example, cut pieces of these fruits are served together with fish and pork. Cooks also note that fine-grained flesh of this variety is better suited for making applesauce and sorbet.