The Grāpple® – Grape Flavoured Apples



They say “An apple a day keeps the doctor away” so I wonder what this keeps away, the Grapple, an apple that tastes like grapes.

The Grapple is made by adding flavourings to a regular Washington Extra Fancy Fuji Apple, the process uses some “complex” infusion technique and adds no additional sugars or calories.

Grape flavoured apples should be in the shops soon (hopefully easier to find than Guinness Marmite) so next time your kids say they don’t like apples you’ve got an answer.

Grapple via Funniest Gadgets.

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Jon Says: February 28, 2007 at 8:41 am

I don’t know where your blog lives geographically, but Grapples have been available in USA (east coast) for a few years. I am *very* afraid to try them! The label doesn’t specify artificial or natural flovering. Just the thought of fresh fruit with added artifical chemicals is…. really gross. I’ll stick with my old trick of putting an apple and a grape in my friend’s particle accelerator, and mushing them together at 1 billion MPH. Tastes better that way. Mmmm… quarky!

Al Says: February 28, 2007 at 9:12 am

Thanks for the feedback Jon. The blog resides in the States but I write from the UK so this was the first time I’d ever heard of Grapples, I’m not sure if I want them to venture over here or not.

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d0c Says: February 28, 2007 at 9:19 am

While you may initially gag at the price tag(nearly $5/pkg of 4 apples); this becomes a non-issue after you taste one! These things are TASTY… the apples are super consistent in freshness, texture, size, and of course; the trippy flavor!! Sorta like a hallucinogenic experience intended just for your taste buds.

Although still rather hard to find, these have been in the stores here in Southern Cali for a few months.

Al Says: February 28, 2007 at 10:31 am

$5 for 4 apples, geez, I’ll stick to grapes.

Mike Says: February 28, 2007 at 6:37 pm

I’ve never heard of these and I’m on the East Coast (Maryland, to be exact). Can’t say I’d run out to try them either. :P

Zach Says: March 3, 2007 at 7:29 pm

Tried these, REALLY GOOD APPLES, only problem is, they DO NOT TASTE LIKE GRAPE!!!!!!!! (ironic, no?)

Al Says: March 3, 2007 at 7:34 pm

Cheers Mike, I don’t feel quite as deprived now being in the UK and all :)

What do they taste like then Zach and please don’t say apples.

Ken Wincel Says: June 9, 2009 at 10:57 am

Imagine apple juice mixed w\ grape juice. Now imagine that flavor when you bite into an apple. That’s how they taste. They are slightly sweeter, but have a calm, relaxing taste. They are only good cold, and unpleasant when not refrigerated. I was a bigger fan when I thought they were grown this way. Just recently learned they were artifically flavored with pure flavor extract through a complex process. As good as they are, don’t trust the not-all natural sense of it.

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