Kanzi Apple Yesterday, I talked about an apple from Switzerland, the Junami. Today, I have picked out another apple with European origins to review – the Kanzi. It is grown in several Western European countries. The Kanzi was created by combining two popular apples, the Gala and the Braeburn. The Jazz apple also has these parents, but doesn’t taste or look quite the same. The Kanzi apple is red in color with some small white spots and yellow blush. The ones I bought seem to have quite a bit of yellow in them, a little more so than the pictures I saw online.

My Experience with this Apple (Rating Scale 1-10)
Crispiness: 7
Tartness : 6
Apple Flavor: 7
Sweetness: 8
Juiciness: 7

Overall Feeling: This apple has the sweetness of a Gala, and the tartness of a Braeburn. It’s more sweet than tart. It is juicy and crisp, with a great apple flavor. Another great out of hand eating apple that is available in the winter months.

Interested in learning more about apples?

Share

Leave a Comment

Comments for This Post

Eric Profile Transparent Background

WELCOME TO MY BLOG

I'm Eric. I live in Ann Arbor, MI with my wife, 3 kids, and a flock of ducks. I love grocery shopping, trying new fruits, farmer's market, and traveling.
LEARN MORE -->

Sign up for weekly e-mail updates from Eat Like No One Else

E-BOOK FOR SALE

ThisSpringAd

Featured On:

my foodgawker gallery

WHERE DOES YOUR FOOD COME FROM?

FOTL Tablet Image