Re: [pfaf] Descriptions of wine berry's taste?
- I met a guy at Hampton Court Flower Show about 3 or 4 years ago who
has the (UK) National Collection of Rubus (whatever that means),
anyway he was showing a lot of them on a stand at the show. I think
he was based in Hampshire.
It was an absolutely fascinating display that he had, with a huge
variety of plant types - small, huge, climbing, prostrate, fruiting,
prickly, smooth, etc. All sorts. Very inspiring. Some were labelled
as very rare. Some were for sale.
I believe he said the capacity of plants to hybridise was very
strong, and he knew he only had a small proportion of examples.
On 20 Jun 2009, at 20:09, mentha_man wrote:
> I think they are the best of the Rubus species. I read they are
> more raspberry than blackberry but they do have juiciness of the
> blackberry. I keep thinking they remind me of a marionberry.
> It get the tay berry, marion berry, logan berry and boysenberry
> mixed up. I know the flavors are quite different too. Can people
> describe the wine berry for me. I vaguelly remember a rich complex
> flavor the most.
> Has anyone created a flavor classification system by chance?
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