Fresh and fruity - and a little bit frivolous. That is how an apple of this name should be. And it is true! Where does this apple in the middle of South Tyrol come from? The trail leads back to the 19th century in Germany, Belgium and Holland. At that time, the Pineapple Pippin became "everybody's darling" due to its excellent taste. On the sunny Ritten, in the healthy air and in the right soil, and, above all, with the benefit of our many years of experience, the Pineapple Pippin is now growing again. Greenish yellow, spicy on the palate, and highly reminiscent of pineapple with notes of citrus fruits and currants, this historical apple variety produces a noble mountain apple juice for special moments.
Greenish yellow, spicy on the palate, and highly reminiscent of pineapple with notes of citrus fruits and currants.
The Ananasrenette originally came from Holland. With its outstanding taste, it spread far and wide and was greatly esteemed by apple lovers. The skin is fairly smooth, with a bright yellow to golden yellow colouring with numerous russet dots. The flesh is creamy yellow, crisp and very juicy. The apple has a noble, zesty, sweet-wine taste.
as an aperitif and with asparagus, risotto and cooked or grilled meats.
100 % single-variety mountain apple juice – naturally cloudy
Kohl mountain apple juices are carefully pasteurised for long life but contain no preservatives, additives or added sugar. Nor do they contain any animal-derived ingredients or genetically modified products. Kohl mountain apple juices also bear the European Vegetarian Union’s V-label.
Average nutritional value per 100 ml:
Shake before use. Once opend, store in the refigerator and consum within 6 days.