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The gold colour can range from pale yellow to deep gold.
Though taste varies by cultivar, just as it does red raspberries, the taste is basically the same as you would expect from red raspberries. The berries are, however, more delicate and harder to ship than red raspberries.
There are several cultivars, including one popular one called “Fall Gold” that originated in Korea. The seeds in it are somewhat larger and more numerous than in red raspberries.
Golden raspberries make a colourful garnish on desserts.
When making jam from them, not that the jam won’t stay that amber colour. You either need to add lemon juice (aka ascorbic acid, which may disrupt the pectin set) or add a few red raspberries to make a light pink jam.
Also called Amber Raspberries, Gold Raspberries or Yellow Raspberries, though “Golden” seems to be the predominant usage at present.