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The list includes a boysenberry bath and body line featuring soaps, lip balms, bath bombs and candles.
Her version of côt, the Loire Valley variant of malbec, is deeply purple, full of boysenberry aromas, and offers a palate that is vibrant, textural, and full of life.
This 80/20 blend of syrah/grenache offers herbal aromas of sage and tarragon intermingled with savory notes of boysenberry, cassis, cinnamon and black plum.
Boomtown Brewery Boomtown is featuring Brier Noctum (their new English barley wine, finished with blackberry and boysenberry), Ignorant (double IPA), and Nose Job (West Coast IPA).
Franchisees can opt to swap in real maple syrup and boysenberry.
Other berries — strawberries, raspberries, blackberries, boysenberries and marionberries — also contain some anthocyanins along with other antioxidants.
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Origin and Etymology of boysenberry
First Known Use: 1935See Words from the same year
BOYSENBERRY Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of boysenberry for English Language Learners
: a large reddish-black berry that has the flavor of a raspberry
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