The Crimson Gold Apple is a classic American Heirloom apple. It was discovered by Albert Etter in Humboldt County California. This variety was lost for decades, but thankfully, it was re-discovered from an original tree. The Crimson Gold is perfect for fresh snacking and a prized ingredient for pastries, jellies, chutneys, and Cider.
The micro climate of the Cuyama Valley turns out to be just right for growing perfect Pink Lady® apples. Sweet, tart, fragrant, and bursting with flavor!
Originally from Australia, the Pink Lady® apple grows exceptionally well in the Cuyama Valley. Our unique little valley has the perfect Mediterranean climate where warm late fall days, and crisp cool nights allow the Pink Lady® the full 200 day season that it optimally requires.
The Nagafu Fuji is the original Fuji apple from Japan prized for its firm delicious creamy-yellow flesh, its sweet full flavor, and its delicate thin skin.
Cuyama Nagafu Fuji are the pride of Cuyama Orchards, and we continue to grow this nearly lost Fuji heirloom which we consider to be the best Fuji scion of all.
Even the Cuyama Granny Smith are sweeter and yet fully tart at the same time. As we do with all our apples, we grow our Grannys for flavor.
Cuyama Granny may have a light dusting of gold, or a little red blush, but these are marks of quality. Green apples need light too, and we prune our Granny Smith to be open and bright and to produce flavorful fruit under optimal conditions.
We think you'll agree that whether you are looking for that perfect apple pie, or if you just love the flavor blast, Cuyama Granny Smith are it!
The Sundowner® apple is a lesser known sibling of the Pink Lady®. Its growing season is even longer than Pink Lady®, and this late apple, as the name implies, is the last apple to be harvested in the fall.
The Cuyama Valley, with its late warm fall, is one of the few places that Sundowner® apples can develop to full ripeness. Sweet like its sister the Pink Lady, but bursting with tartness that flood the senses, the Sundowner® is one of the most highly flavored apples grown.
Arkansas Black are one of the quintessential American Heirloom apples. This variety was prized before refrigeration for its ability to store in the cellar all winter due to its thick naturally waxy skin that protects it from decay. And it's a great Cider apple to boot!
The flesh is yellow and mildly sweet. Properly ripened, Arkansas Blacks are loaded with tannins and polyphenols that give this apple its characteristic flavor which comes through fresh, baked, or brewed in a classic hard cider!
Raw Unfiltered Apple Blossom Honey
Cuyama Orchards Apple Blossom Honey is made by our bees that live and work in our organic apple orchard. Bees love apple blossoms, and our lucky bees get to feast on the millions of organically grown apple blossoms that explode every spring at Cuyama Orchards, and we are lucky enough to share their delicious raw honey!
We do our own small scale extraction and bottling, and never heat or filter the honey, so that we can guarantee the authenticity of this rare delight!