Braeburn

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Braeburn

(ˈbreɪˌbɜːn)
n
(Plants) a variety of eating apple from New Zealand having sweet flesh and green and red skin
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I'd definitely go for something like Braeburns or Coxes, because they have a great natural sweetness and hold their shape rather well.
Braeburns, prized for their crispness and sweet taste, are usually imported from France or New Zealand.
Climate change is already bearing fruit in Kent, where Britain's first crop of commercially grown Braeburn apples is about to be picked, ready to be on supermarket shelves by the end of next month.
But Kent growers are now producing Braeburns in commercial quantities for the first time - and they say it is all thanks to global warming.
Climate change is already bearing fruit in Kent, the Garden of England, where Britain's first crop of commercially-grown Braeburn apples is about to be picked.