- Popular name(s): Rowan, Rowan Berry, Mountain-Ash, Quickbeam
- Botanical name: Sorbus aucuparia
- Family: Rosaceae
- Origin: Asia, Europe and as naturalized species also in New Zealand and North America (Canada, USA)
- Edible: Yes, the berries are edible, but raw fruits contain parasorboside and should therefore not be eaten in large quantities.
- Usage: Depending on the region, in Europe Rowan Berries are used to make liqueur, schnapps or jam.