Rockit Apple Review

"Bite-Sized Space Junk"

59
Barely Worth It
Rockit Apples

These bite-sized lumps of space junk are more of a celestial fascination than an apple. Cutting-edge technology places each reddish star child in a plastic bottle rocket, pre-washed and ready to eat like an astronaut’s prefab lunch. This allows weary travelers to munch these singularities straight from the fridge-space-nightmare bucket without fear of contracting cosmic bacteria. Unfortunately, each exceptionally crunchy bite is decimated by an apparent black hole, instantly sucking all taste and juiciness into inescapable oblivion. This phenomenon creates an unfathomable anti-matter apple leaving you munching a nothingness too profound to comprehend. Are these apples the dark matter physicists have been in search of for decades? I wouldn’t rule it out.

BONUS POINTS: +1 Good for Kids, +1 Innovation

Taste
Crispness
Skin
Flesh
Juiciness
Density
Beauty
Branding / Consistency
Cost/Availability

- FLAVOR PROFILE -

SWEETNESS

1/5

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1/5

TARTNESS

0.5/5

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0.5/5

INTENSITY

1/5

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1/5
ROCKIT APPLE BIO

PARENTAGE

Gala x Splendor

ORIGIN

Hawkes Bay, New Zealand

YEAR

2010

AVAILABILITY

Late Fall – Early Spring

BEST USES

Travel Snack, Kids Snack

7 thoughts on “Rockit Apple Review”

  1. Rockits are fun once, and they’re pretty decent for lunches in my experience. Not too huge that you can’t finish it in half an hour, but not disgusting like most “lunch apples” like red delicous-es. But yeah, they’re kinda meh overall.

      1. I can’t eat very much in one sitting and most Honeycrisps are too big for me. Unfortunately, they haven’t managed to retain the quality with the smaller ones. I don’t need a micro-apple; average ones work for me, but as a side for a child in addition to a full lunch I could see a lot of standard size apples going to waste. They also have pretty low quality standards so something like this might be sufficient.

  2. Lunchbox apple. Fits a portable niche market. Kids don’t want apple slices that turn brown or mushy. This is a better option.

  3. Are they sweet? No. Are they tart? Nah. Are they a culinary delight? Not really.

    But they are: Small. Crispy. Juicy. With a decent shelf life. I can slip one in my pocket on a walk, or a lunchbox at work/school. Most importantly to me, as a pre-diabetic who still loves fruit- They’re not too sweet. They’re also not the size of my head, or a softball, and I can actually finish one in a single sitting without losing interest or wondering who the heck needs or wants a 12+ ounce apple in the first place.

  4. I bought Rockit apple bunch yesterday. Today I almost finished it. Then I realised a rotten apple is hided under other apples. So disappointed about this company.
    – No information about best before date
    – Other apples are still in good condition. Only one rotten apple is worse. Obviously they are NOT from the same batch. Rockit Apple put a rotten one in to make it enough 1kg pack.

    Terrible experience with Rockit Apple

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