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My husband brought home a variety of apple that I have never seen before it is very similar in appearance to a golden delicious, but crisper. Still full of great apple flavor. It is called an "Opal." It is my new favorite. This is what I found when I googled it.
I learned recently (directly from a Northeast apple orchard owner / grower) that my favorite apple variety (Macoun) is a hybrid (reportedly first developed in the early 1930's) between Macintosh and "Jersey Black". I've never seen or heard of that "Jersey Black" variety myself, but I'm certainly no apple expert.
It was reported in post #31 above that Macoun is a hybrid between Macintosh and Cortland. That statement is evidently incorrect (...not that it matters; Macoun is my favorite, regardless of its' genetic heritage).
I also like the Jazz, but the Gala is less expensive so is the I buy most.
I buy fruit for my office, as a part of the health and wellness program. I usually buy 60 apples (three varieties,) bananas, pears and some type of citrus. I buy a lot of apples are so economical. My local Sprouts is convinced that I eat a lot of fruit and that my favorite is apples.