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Malus domestica ‘Scifresh’
Jazz apples.jpg
Hybrid parentage
‘Braeburn + Gala’
Cultivar
‘Scifresh’
Origin
New Zealand New Zealand, 2007

Scifresh apple, also known by the trademark name Jazz, is a cross between the apples Gala and Braeburn,[1] launched in Sydney, Australia, in April 2007.

Jazz apples are tangy-sweet, crunchy and juicy. They have a firm, dense flesh and a complex flavor with the acid of braeburn and the sweet of Royal Gala giving it broad appeal. The Jazz brand is owned and used by ENZA for the cultivar Scifresh.

Jazz apples are being grown under license in New Zealand, UK, Washington state in the US, Australia, France, Chile, Italy, Switzerland and Austria.

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