Ambrosia apples are a chance seedling discovered in the 1990s in the orchard of Wilfrid and Sally Mennell in British Columbia. They are a newer variety, but are quickly gaining popularity around the world.

Golden hued with a pink blush, Ambrosia apples are deliciously sweet, mildly aromatic, and when perfectly ripe possess floral notes similar to wildflower honey. Ambrosia is low in acid and slow to oxidize, meaning it will brown slower making a great choice for salads or fruit boards.