John McIntosh found the first McIntosh apple seeds while clearing overgrown trees on his farm. John gathered the seeds, planted them next to his house, and unknowingly grew the first ever McIntosh apple tree. His family learned how to graft and breed the species at home before eventually selling them locally.
Since that day in the 1880's the McIntosh Apple has become a staple fall time treat accross North America.
Now imagine slicing open a fresh ripe Red McIntosh Apple, its crisp, juicy, and mouthwatering armoma filling your senses. This Northeast Candle special blend will take you there everytime you get a wiff of this lip-smacking American Tradition.