Average blueberries are slightly smaller than a dime, but Titan berries can grow as large as a quarter.
The variety is a rabbiteye blueberry, which is well suited to growing conditions in Georgia, according to a news release.
The university's Research Foundation has applied for a plant patent on the variety.
Titan yields berries that are two to four times the size of average blueberries, making picking much easier, according to the release.
"Common sense tells you that picking blueberries by hand takes a long time. Not with Titan," Scott NeSmith, a university breeder, said in the release.
The variety yields best when used with a pollinizer variety.
Nurseries already have a waiting list for plants.