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To round out some of the sweetness from the scent of fresh oranges, Belletrud added a bit of cassis (or black currant), which gives it a bit of earthiness.
These include ylang-ylang from the Philippines, tea tree from Australia and black currant from South Africa.
But the menu changes like the weather; so long, Salisbury steak, mighty blueberry cornmeal coffee cake and black currant pancakes.
Three exterior colors are new this year: silver sky metallic, black currant metallic and electric storm blue.
Koenig Vineyards 2014 reserve Hells Canyon Vineyard cabernet sauvignon, Snake River Valley, $30: This sturdy red explodes with classic aromas of purple plum, black currants and a hint of molasses.
In a large mixing bowl, combine herbs, capers, black currants, pine nuts, anchovies and citrus zest.
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