Holy Grapes! So many varieties to devour

Moon Drops

These blue-hued grapes are firm, crunchy, and subtly sweet—they taste a lot like grape jelly. You’ll recognize them by their long, oval shape and deep blue skin (almost eggplant-like). Similar to Concord grapes, they are also considered a hybrid variety. I’m personally over the moon about their cool name, but you may also see them sold under the names sapphire grapes, witch’s fingers, teardrops and gum drop grapes. This variety is made by a company called Grapery in California. Look for them in stores starting in late July through late September.