My Experience

If you love apple cider then you’ll want to devour McIntosh apples. Its spicy aroma and crisp, juicy bite is great and all, but its fresh apple cider flavor is what makes this one stand out.

With loads of juice, McIntosh is the go-to apple for applesauce. You can also press it into cider, juice it, or cook with it.

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My Story

McIntosh or Mac is a variety that was discovered by John McIntosh on his Dundela farm in
Canada in 1811. The parentage of the McIntosh is still unknown, but it is believed to have links to the Snow Apple, Fall St. Lawrence, and Alexander.

McIntosh is the original Mac. The apple gets its name from its founder but was also the inspiration behind Apple Inc. employee Jef Raskin’s decision to name the Macintosh line of computers. It was his favorite apple!

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My Story

McIntosh, or Mac, is an apple cultivar that was discovered by John McIntosh on his Dundela farm in Canada in 1811. He and his wife bred it and later started selling grafted trees. The parentage of McIntosh apples is unknown, but it has been linked to the Snow Apple, Fall St. Lawrence, and Alexander. Today, McIntosh is one of the most popular varieties on the East Coast of the U.S. and in eastern Canada. Stemilt grows its McIntosh apples organically in Washington State.

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