The Macoun apple is an old time favorite for anyone from NY & New England! One of the most anticipated apples of the season, Macoun apples are an oldie but a goodie.
Did you know?
- Macoun apples were developed at the New York State Agricultural Experiment Station in 1932 -The apple is named after the famous Canadian fruit breeder W.T. Macoun
- Macoun is pronounced Mac-cow-in, though many mispronounce it as Macoon
- These apples are extra sweet, aromatic, and juicy with a hint of crunch
- The Macoun apple is a cross between McIntosh & Jersey Black
- The season for Macoun apples is short, so Click Here to order yours today!
Here is some of the wonderful feedback that we've received this season about our NY fresh Macoun apples:
"Just a quick note to let you know how happy we are with the Macoun apples. It was a beautiful selection and you packed and shipped them so carefully. They arrived in perfect condition, and are absolutely delicious. Thanks for your high standards and your great apples."
Dave & Irene - Cape Coral, FL
"We received your box of Macoun apples. They look beautiful and taste as good as ever. As a transported New Yorker, they are my absolute favorites."
Berverly - Westerville, OH
"I just wanted to drop you a quick note to tell you how much I am enjoying my 25 count gift box of Macoun apples. When I opened the box all 25 apples were in perfect condition, not one blemish. All of the shiny, perfect size and awesome. We have already eaten 12 of them.
Being from Connecticut living in Florida, the local stores have no clue about Macoun apples. I will be ordering another box before the season is over. These are the best I have ever had."
Paul - North Port, FL