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Rainier Cherries

June 28, 2015

If you know anything about the different types of cherries, you won’t be surprised that Rainier cherries are some of the most expensive.

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North Star Cherry

October 29, 2014

The North Star cherry is a cultivar introduced in 1950 by the University of Minnesota. Like Morello cherries (its parent), the North Star cherry is a dark red color and has a rather tart taste.

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Napoleon Cherry

October 29, 2014

The Napoleon cherry, also known as the Royal Ann or Queen Ann, is a sweet cherry used for desserts and in the process of making maraschino cherries.

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Chelan Cherry

July 16, 2014

While Chelan cherries are very similar to Bing cherries due to their sweetness, dark red color, and cultivation in the same area, the Chelan cherries ripen nearly two weeks before Bing cherries do.

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Bing Cherries

July 15, 2014

The Bing cherry is one of the many types of cherries that have been cultivated specifically for its sweet taste. It comes mainly from the northwest United States, in places like Oregon, Washington, and California.

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Lapins Cherry

July 14, 2014

So many different types of cherries and so little time to taste them all! As researchers continue to create hybrid cherries, we get to taste test the delicious results. Lapins cherries are one of these hybrids.

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Sweetheart Cherry

July 12, 2014

With the word “sweet” in very name Sweetheart cherries, it’s easy to guess what they must taste like. This fruit is particularly sweet and juicy when ripe.

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Black Cherries

July 8, 2014

Black cherries, also known as “wild cherries” are a name sometimes given to the types of cherries that are incredibly sweet. Despite the name, not all black cherries are actually black.

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Maraschino Cherry

June 20, 2013

Contrary to popular belief, Maraschino cherries aren’t a specific type of cherry; instead, they are sweet cherries that have been preserved.

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