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A late summer berry cultivated in 1962 at the Scottish Crop Research Institute by crossing a blackberry with a raspberry. It mellows the sharpness of the former into something a little sweeter, but not a sharp as a loganberry (a similar cross), and can be used as a direct alternative to either fruit.
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