The Jazz apple is the newest apple passion of ipsedixit. “If you like the Fuji (and I’m a long time devotee), then the Jazz is sort of like falling in love,” says ipsedixit. This apple is “snappily crunchy,” sweet like nectar, and “aromatically succulent.”

The Honeycrisp apple has a light, airy, crisp flesh—“The Honeycrisp almost defies the laws of physics. I have no idea how their flesh could be so light, but also so uber crunchy and pack so much juice,” says gordeaux. But, if anything, a Jazz apple is denser and even firmer than a Honeycrisp. Jazz apples are very crisp, says Pat Hammond—jicama crisp!

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