Bramley apples contain more malic acid but it is a cooking apple. The highest concentrations of malic acid are around the skin and core. However, sour cherry juice contains 5 times the malic acid of any apple.
The Bramley Seedling has been found to have a Malic acid level of 0.85% but it is a cooking apple. Because malic acid is not easily destroyed the apples can be lightly stewed with a sweetener and provide a rich source of malic acid.
The granny smith apples has a malic acid content of about 0.6% and is the highest levels of regular eating apples
Golden Delicious have about 0. 3% of malic and Red Delicious apples about 0. 2% of malic acid