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  • n. A shrub that produces small, very dark purple, edible berries.
  • n. The berry borne by this shrub.


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  • Everyday drinks and foods such as blackcurrant, tea and even curry can stain your teeth and leave them looking less than brilliant white.

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  • The 2006 i s classic in style, offering a richly perfumed nose, with top notes of blackcurrant fruit and fine, fruity tannins.

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  • Up next was the 1990 Mount Mary Vineyard Lilydale Cabernets Quintets, a lighter but rewarding style of cabernet that showing very well with a secondary blackcurrant note, lovely delicacy and great precision with no greenness or herbaciousness.

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  • For those looking for that quintessential Bordeaux character of blackcurrant and cedar, which always reminds me of an empty cigar box, and rich, ripe roundness, it is worth casting your net further.

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  • Enjoy them with Cassis wine of which there are only 14 producers, a heady blend of marsanne, clairette and ugni blanc, and not to be confused with the blackcurrant crème de cassis.

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  • Caramelised venison chop and noisette (boned out cutlet) with honey and blackcurrant fromage blanc

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  • In two studies conducted at Exeter University on 15 men, Stephen Bailey and colleagues found cyclists who drank a half-liter (about a half-quart) of beetroot juice several hours before setting off were able to ride up to 20 percent longer than those who drank a placebo blackcurrant juice.

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  • The seriously mixed-up fruits in question are a CGI grape, blackcurrant and raspberry, who get up to all kinds of larks in the name of selling soft drinks.

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  • Leave out the nettle tips, the blackcurrant leaves, the granulated sugar, the citric acid and the boiling water.

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  • The rich kids shouted out "blackberries," "blackcurrant ice cream" and "potassium permanganate," a chemical used to clean fruits and vegetables.

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