Honeycrisp is a very popular variety because it is exceptionally crunchy and juicy. It owes its name to the fine taste of honey that characterizes it. Its flesh is of a beautiful cream color and not very sensitive to oxidation. The fruits are usually large. It's the perfect knife for all-season dining. Introduced in orchards in 1991 by the University of Minnesota, this is a new variety and its presence will continue to grow in the coming years. years.