Japanese Muscat grape is a broad term used to encompass several different muscat grape varieties. Muscat grapes generally average 1 to 4 centimeters in diameter, sometimes larger, depending on the variety, and have a round to oval appearance. The grapes also have an oval to oblong shape, growing in dense, tightly packed, medium-sized bunches. The grape’s skin is taut, smooth, and glossy, ranging in color from bright green, pink, to red, different for each variety. Underneath the surface, the flesh is commonly translucent, aqueous, and nearly seedless, though some varieties may contain a few tiny undeveloped seeds. The flesh is also aromatic and bears a semi-crisp, snap-like quality followed by a soft, tender consistency. Japanese Muscat grapes have high sugar content, averaging around 18 Brix, and are known for their sweet, floral flavor with apricot, mandarin, honey, and musky nuances.