There are many grape varieties with the name component "Kracher", all from Austria come. The name may be due to the hard-shelled, "crunching" berries. Yellow Firecracker and White Firecracker may be related in the VIVC catalog but only for the former a descent of white Heunisch ( Gouais blanc ) called. Partly identical synonyms of the two varieties are Bela Morshina, Belina Prepisana, Fleugler, Yellow Hainer, Yellow Firecracker, Green Liposhina, Jauer, Javshovez, Kerhlihkobitz, Kerlihkobitz, Kleiner Plavetz, Libovshina, Flour White, Oheimer, Ramulak, Ramuljak, White Kauka and Whites Kavka. The two varieties were called Kelter- and table grapes used but have no commercial significance anymore.
Kracher is synonymous (at least as a name component) for some other grape varieties. These are Krannender, Dashing Sweety, Kracher, Krachgutedel, Krachmost and Krachmost for Chasselas Croquant ( Chasselas ), Blue Firecracker for Blue Wildbacher and Grüner Kracher (also Kleiner Kracher) for Green Kanigl,