If you've ever sampled feral Apples (Malus sp.), you know that their texture and flavor can range from awful to awesome. Last week, I found a tree with small ripe apples (some sort of Crab Apple, I imagine). One bite revealed the darkest fleshed apple I'd ever seen. The fruit was crisp, juicy, tart, and left my throat with a fizzy-pop sensation – in short, I liked it.