It was tested as Čačanska 17/10/62 and was named and released in 1980. It resulted from the cross of 'Rote Wadenswiler' and 'Latham'. The breeders are prof. Dr. Petar Mišić, Vojin Bugarčić, BSc. and Dr. Milomir Tešić.

A summer-fruiting, moderately vigorous cultivar. It produces a moderate number of strong, violet colored canes. Spines are highly pronounced. Fruiting branches are regularly distributed along the entire cane length. It is characterized by late vegetation onset. It flowers mid-late. An abundant cropper. In comparison with 'Willamette', main raspberry cultivar in Serbia, it is less susceptible to cane blight caused by Didymella applanata (Niessl) Sacc. Tolerant to viruses.

The fruits are very large (fruit weight 4.60 g), moderately firm, truncate-conical and red colored. It contains 100-110 rather large individual drupelets. Highly aromatic fruits with 5.2% sugar content and 1.3% acid content.

It ripens mid-early, over 3-4 weeks’ time lapse. Due to rather large drupelets the fruits are recommended to be timely picked. Transportability is satisfactory.

It is suitable for both fresh use and freezing as well as for various forms of processing. The results obtained so far from the major raspberry-producing areas recommend it as one of the best croppers, with fruits of versatile use value. During eighties, it gave a solid results in production in Valjevo region in west Serbia.