Here are the pictures of the apples from the orchard. The rows were not always labeled clearly so sometimes I have to guess.
The best tasting apple for me was Braeburn. It tasted like the apples should taste: juicy, crunchy, intensively sweet and sour with the good balance. The store bought Breaburns never impressed me much.
The next apple is I believe is Empire. It also was balanced sweet and sour apple, a little less intense than Breaburn, good, but a notch below Braeburn.
Blushing Golden looked very much like Golden delicious. Sometimes it had nice blush on the cheek. The taste is similar to Golden delicious, but it was definitely more acidic, sometimes quite acidic if the apple was less ripe.
This apple I believe is Fuji. It is pink in color. It is lightly sweet and extremely juicy, it feels like you are drinking apple and not chewing. When I first tasted it in the orchard I said WOW, but when I tasted it again at home I was not so impressed, it seemed too bland. But it is a good differently tasting apple. The majority apples on the tree had bug damage. I believe that they cracked after the rain (very juicy) and then bugs moved in.
The last apple I believe is Wiretap. Maybe it was past it’s prime, but it was softer and subacid and not so good as the apples above.
Also tasted Jonathan and Shizuka, but they were done for the season, so l did not take any with me.
Jonathans were almost black, soft and acidic. Shizuka were very large with orange blush, softer, sweet with some acid.