Blue Estland is a little-known and rarely grown variety registered in 2016. There is no information about this variety, only a few descriptions can be found. Mary Hope, a German seed collector, grew this variety and claimed that the seeds were obtained from Helmut Pummer (Austria). The fruits are large, flattened, meaty, weigh 150-250 g, chocolate-colored with bright green ribbed shoulders and blue stripes (anthocyanin), the taste is reminiscent of black currant. The flesh is firm, the skin is thin and the fruit is juicy. This variety has a strong genetic growth potential, resistant to heat waves.