I like apples.
I enjoy good juice from well developed apples that are firm, not mushy and tart.
I was just treated to an Apple that I have never had before. It was a HoneyCrisp.
Couple of acquaintances somehow were able to pass the gauntlet of checkpoint Charlies and treated me to this jewel of nature.
If you have never had one, try and find one.
The HoneyCrisp is a special new variety that is grown in Minnesota. You know Minnesota, you know? That's the land of 10000 lakes and 10000000000 mosquitoes.
Crappy winters, summers that last 2 weeks, but they grow a fantastic apple.
Now in my constant quest to capitalize on trying to make my land profitable, or at least somewhat self sustaining, I wonder if the high elevation of Michoacan will support Apple orchards.
I know thye grow peaches around the area, and acres of avocados just 2000 ft lower in the warmer areas.....
What about apples?
Or perhaps coffee trees........