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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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Dry, tart flavour with the blackberries and blackcurrants coming through.
Before our bushes delivered their hefty payload, I prevailed upon the customers at the cafe to exchange the odd bag of blackcurrants in return for drinks and snacks, and we were blessed with several kilos.
Puree 250g fresh blackcurrants and 3 tbsp orange juice, then stir in 75g sifted icing sugar.
Divide half the blackcurrant puree between the glasses.
Other products comprise bone health supplements, and nutritional extracts from blackcurrants and kiwifruit, plus animal nutrition products including freeze dried glands from sheep and cattle.
Carol: One good blackcurrant bush will yield pounds of fruit when it's established.
Phone: 01543 483308 Produce: Strawberries, raspberries, gooseberries, blackcurrants, blackberries Other facilities: Shop, play area, snacks.
We have sourced wonderful pure juices for this drink, including Edward Thompson's unique "Pixley Noir" blackcurrant variety grown in Herefordshire, which has a softness that blends perfectly with the raspberries and strawberries.
Fresh blackcurrants and products such as blackcurrant cordials and jams could become more expensive following poor harvests in Europe and New Zealand, which have put a squeeze on supplies.
ALL those delicious fruits that are found in a summer pudding can be planted now, including blackcurrants, redcurrants, white currants, blackberries and blueberries.
Blackcurrants - Grown on bushes, these tiny little fruits pack a punch in terms of taste and health benefits.