Royal Gala Apples
Are said to have a sweet, aromatic, almost honeyed flavour with a rosy-red skin and white flesh. They have become a firm favourite with consumers. Most commonly eaten raw Royal Gala can be cooked to make a delicious apple sauce.
The Gala apple was discovered in New Zealand in the 1930’s. The cultivar “Royal Gala” was named in honour of Queen Elizabeth II who declared it her favourite apple on tasting.