|Origin:||Mendocino County - California|
Discovered in the Sierra Foothills in the late 19th century, Sierra Beauty apples are believed to have arrived in California during the Gold Rush. Large and wonderfully crisp, they have a pale green skin blushed with rose. The flesh is juicy, a balance of sweet and tart, with a tart finish. Sierra Beauties hold their structure when cooked, making them excellent for pies and tarts.