MacIntosh Apples On Tree Ile D’Orleans Quebec Canada
MacIntosh Apples hang on an apple tree on the island Ile D'Orleans in Quebec Canada.
Several MacIntosh apples (also known as "McIntosh") are growing on this apple tree representing one of the many different types of orchards on the island Ile D'Orleans in Quebec Canada.
The ripe fruit tastes slightly crisp and sweet with a sour tang to it but well worth the minimal effort it takes reach through the leaves and twist off the apple at its stem from the tree.
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This apple tree was actually one of a few growing on the island in front of a friend's house giving them plenty to go around so they let me pick a few.
If you make it up to Ile D'Orleans in the fall, you'll have your pick of apple orchards where you can pick your own or even get fresh made apple juice.
Visiting the island in Quebec is great any time of the year as they have all kinds of fruit blossoming different seasons.