“These grapes are delicious, what are they called?”

“‘Delicious.’”

“They are, but what are they named?”

“‘Delicious!’”

“Yes, we’ve agreed upon the impact on the palate, but what name do they go by?”

“DELICIOUS!”

“I’ll ask someone else.”

You may very well be having the above conversation soon, as researchers from the University of Florida have developed a new Muscadine, high yield, disease resistant grape, named after the word people used to describe it: Delicious.

Primarily developed to be eaten, the purple/black grape also has potential to be made into wine.