Tuesday, September 29, 2020

shine muscat & queen nina

In the past we've tried Shine Muscat grapes (green).

Recently we got to try Queen Nina (red-pink).

Queen Nina's outer flesh is quite tough, so it needs to be peeled.

Shine Muscat's outer flesh is tender and the whole thing can be eaten.

Both do not have seeds and are super sweet.

I'm glad we got to try both.


Anonymous said...

were they over $10 a bunch? Even if so, worth it!

K and S said...

V, most bunches I've seen were almost $20! these grapes were in a plastic cup for about $7.

Take care.

jalna said...

Whoa!! Worth it to try at least.

K and S said...

Jalna, definitely was worth trying it.

Take care.

KirkK said...

Looks good Kat....love the names too.

Rowena said...

those are new-to-me varieties and look very good. I thought we'd never get through our modest harvest (31 lbs. of Black Magic!), but not that they're gone, I wish we had more.

K and S said...

Japanese product names are usually fun Kirk :)

Black magic sounds delicious Rowena!

Take care you two.