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blackcurrant

1. a N temperate shrub, Ribes nigrum, having red or white flowers and small edible black berries: family Grossulariaceae
2. 
a. the fruit of this shrub
b. (as modifier): #5blackcurrant jelly
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producer of CurrantC, the first domestic black currant juice.
UV spectra of black currant extract and pure reference compounds (in MeOH) were run by a Jasco V-530 UV-vis spectrophotometer and spectra were acquired over the absorption range of 200-600 nm.
Pinot Noir A noble grape that makes wine with a distinctive aroma of leather, cherry, black currant and horsebarn.
This scientific support was what helped convince the New York State lawmakers that black currants can be grown in the state without creating a threat," adds Quinn.
All five flavors are made with colors derived from natural sources such as purple carrot juice, black currants, grape skins and hibiscus.
Raspberries take longer, although it should be possible to pick a handful the following season, which is also the case for black currants but which have a longer fruiting life.
Blackberry and black currants upfront, with milk chocolate toward the back; seamless and very smooth, well crafted; a sure bet with a New York Strip.
Blackberry and black currants up front, with milk chocolate toward the back; seamless and very smooth, well crafted; a sure bet with a New York Strip.
Despite the rather bizarre weather this summer, we've had a great crop of red and black currants, and the apples and pears are looking to follow suit.
Apricots, cherries, grapes, black currants, plums, blackberries, and papayas are also fruit sources of vitamin P, while green pepper, broccoli, and tomatoes offer some good vegetable sources of bioflavonoids.
Cranberry and summer fruit compotes, using strawberries, raspberries, red and black currants, blueberries and cherries, have a wide range of applications and can be used with brioche, yoghurts and other dairy products.
While one can find an abundance of native strawberries, blueberries, raspberries and cranberries in the produce aisles of local supermarkets, you'd be hard pressed to find black currants.