Short answer is - there are none. There was never proper support for Blu-ray on the mac, Adobe Encore was as close as it got, and that's a very limited authoring system that does a lot of stuff wrong.
Professionally, there's Scenarist, and Sony Blu-print (both Windows applications). Both will set you back a lot. I'm not sure what the HD version of Scenarist is going for these days, but it was around $10k last I checked a few years ago. I heard they're asking well north of $50k for the new 4k version, which is totally laughable. Sony was around $20k last I checked, but that was many years ago, so it may be cheaper now.
Also, using Scenarist is about as much fun as having your fingernails pulled out. It's one of the worst professional applications ever made, riddled with bugs, clunky UI conventions and gotchas that aren't well documented. I've been screwing around with a particularly hairy Blu-ray for the past 5 days, trying to work around workflow stupidities in Scenarist in order to meet the client's requirements. I don't recommend it! Blu-print is supposed to be easier to use, but I've never touched it due to the high price.
In order to make 'pressed' or replicated Blurays that are certified with the proper copy protection, one must pay not only for replication - but also a license from the company that owns the Bluray patent (forgot who they are - look them up), which is very costly.
This has not been the case for *many* years. It was true in the beginning and it took a few years for them to drop the expensive copy protection fees (coinciding with a significant rise in Blu-ray authoring, surprise surprise), but replicating BD is not much more expensive than replicating DVD was, say, 10 years ago. All licensing fees are rolled into the replication costs and they're significantly lower than they were in the beginning of the format.