'Witch Fingers' grapes. I bought these at a grocery on Bainbridge Island.
“Witch Fingers grapes were created by a process of hybridization, using hand pollination, between an American cultivar developed by the University Of Arkansas Division Of Agriculture and a Mediterranean variety. Using these techniques, producers came up with a great tasting grape with a very interesting look.
"Witch Fingers table grapes have elongated purple drupes. They look like small maroon chili peppers, tightly clustered together on bright green stems. The grapes have a crisp, thin skin over pale flesh. Witch Fingers have a very sweet flavor, not overly tannic and low in acidity. The overall taste is reminiscent of plums. Witch Fingers is a grape grown for its flavor and appearance."