Exterior: Yellow-green skin with a sunny reddish blush and slightly russeted for a natural look.
Interior: Firm and crisp, with a creamy-white flesh.
Experience: Surprisingly sweet thanks to its low acidity level, it is extremely juicy with a hard crunch.
HOW TO USE MIRANDA?
Certainly perfect for juicing, it is also suitable for snacking, salad, baking and cooking.
WHEN CAN I FIND MIRANDA?
Miranda apple is an early variety to harvest from early March in Nelson – New Zealand.
You can usually find Miranda apples from Golden Bay Fruit from harvest through Mid-September*.
(*dates reflect fruit’s container loading)
DID YOU KNOW?
Born and bred in Motueka – New Zealand, this newly named "Miranda" apple is a chance seedling. It was not bred intentionally, but appeared in nature. Chance seedlings rarely result in commercially viable fruit, but Miranda is probably set to be one more exception. Grown exclusively by Golden Bay Fruit, it is an early variety to harvest. Its unique elongated shape makes it particularly recognizable. More plantings have been made across GBF orchards in Motueka.