Are you looking for an apple sweetness chart to use for apple season? Look no further. We are covering the most popular types of apples, ranking their sweetness, and going over how to use them from baking to snacking. 

Green apples on a backyard apple tree.

I love fall for many reasons (who isn’t excited for pumpkin recipes), but one of my favorite things about autumn is that it’s apple season. Sure, you can get apples year-round, but they are at their peak when the summer winds down and the weather cools off. 

If you’ve ever been apple picking, or just to the local supermarket, you know there are heaps of varieties of apples to choose from. Would you be shocked to know there are more than 7,500?

So how are you supposed to know which one is the best sweet apple? Which one is best for eating raw? Which one is better if you like a tart flavor? 

If you want the best sweet apple, you’re in the right place. Those are my favorite kind too. With that in mind, I have created a handy apple sweetness chart to help you determine which are best. 

And if you want a tart apple, I can help with that too. Keep reading to find out everything you need to know with this apple sweetness guide that will tell you the best apples for your desires.