Mikuni Wild Harvest - Mountain Rose Apples Apple lovers, here’s one you might not have seen—a blushing beauty named Mountain Rose that is rosy throughout its core. This extremely rare heirloom-variety apple is only harvested once annually in Oregon’s Hood River Valley. Mountain Rose is an excellent eating apple, with the sweetness of strawberries or lemonade, and a fantastic crunch. It also looks and tastes gorgeous in a pie.
20. Rose Apple Common around South Asia, Rose Apple, also known as Champoo is one of the most interesting exotic fruits on the planet, just for the fact that it smells and tastes a lot like roses. Unfortunately they are rarely found in markets around the world because they spoil very quickly after being picked. The bell-shaped fruits are crisp, crunchy and have a delicious fresh flavor. It can be eaten whole but as with apples, many people prefer to leave the core.