The crisp-textured Orin apple has a sturdy yellow-green skin that resists bruising, and shares the parentage of Indo and Golden Delicious varieties. This seriously delicious and fragrant apple has a truly unique palette, leaving a taste akin to pineapple in your mouth. Orin was originally cultivated in Japan where it is customary to slice and share to commemorate special occasions.
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