With strong cherry notes, the Arkansas Black starts crisp and tart-sweet and slowly reveals hints of cinnamon, vanilla, coriander, and occasionally even a touch of anise. The complexity of this apple's tart-sweet flavor develops more the longer it is off the tree.
What is an Arkansas black apple good for?
The Arkansas Black Apple is commonly used asfresh fruit to eat and in pies, cobblers, and table dishes. Before widespread refrigeration, the apples could be dried for future use; crushed for juice, cider, or vinegar; or canned as apple butter for servings through the months after harvest
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