Minerva has been on the market for 50 years and is the most common red and white cultivar used in generic boxed red/white bulbs. I've also seen "Cocktail" in the boxed generic red and white, but it looks a little bit different. There can be some variation in the blooms of Minerva, depending on what strain is currently being used by a particular grower. I think its 90% likely that your bulb is Minerva, so this is a case where you can label it that. There is more confusion with generic boxed reds and pink/whites. In the past, you expected Red Lion and Apple Blossom, but that's not always the case anymore. Boxed Whites can be any one of several different cultivars. However, if the box is labeled Apple Blossom, than it had better be Apple Blossom. When a grower mislabels a bulb, then I consider that fraud.