In 1944, a breeder from northern California (Albert Etter) developed a remarkable variety of apples, which he called the Pink Pearl. At first glance, the fruit does not stand out from any other apple, but the secret lies on the inside.
When cut, it looks a bit like a watermelon. Its yellowish-green skin creates a great contrast with its strong pink flesh. It is somewhat elongated and has a slightly triangular shape. Apparently, the apple is very aromatic and has a sweet-sour taste (with a note of raspberries and grapefruit).