If you have memories of cool fall days and crisp apples like I do, you're probably like me and always on the hunt for the perfect apple. When we lived in Canada, there was a wonderful apple that had pink streaks in the flesh. It was one of my favorites in the fall.
They're one of the more expensive varieties, but in my mind they're worth it. I would tend to agree with the Seattle Bon Vivant blog.
They are the closest one can get to eating Apple Cider. Refreshing and a bit tart, yet sweet and with a lovely finish.
As far as I'm concerned no other apple that I've tried comes close. They even have the DrukenBlog produce seal of approval.