Koru is sweet, juicy, and crunchy, like many of the newest apple varieties. The taste is complexly sweet, with subtle tartness and notes of honey, orange juice, spice, and vanilla. It has also been described as cidery, due to its juiciness.
Koru apples are a modern New Zealand variety of Malus domestica. They are an accidental cross between Fuji and Braeburn, with characteristics of each. Koru is a brand name for the apple cultivar Plumac.
Due to high demand, all fresh produce is subject to availability. We will do our best to inform you immediately if unavailable and propose alternatives. Thanks in advance for your understanding.