11 June 2007

Indian Blackberry Season

Boy selling Indian Blackberry at Hosur Road, Bangalore, India, Near Forum Mall / Big Bazzar

Indian blackberry fruit appears in May-June and right now flooded in the Bangalore market with a price tag of Rs. 80 to 100 per kg (USD 2 - 2.5) Jamun fruit is a mixture of sweet, slightly sub acid and astringent flavour that stands out even after eaten since it turns the tongue into purple color. Jamun is a very common, large evergreen beautiful tree of Indian subcontinent. Common names are java plum, black plum, jambul and Indian blackberry.

4 comments:

  1. Dude,

    You are mistaken. Jamuns are not from the berry family.By calling them "Indian Blackberrys" you are misleading people with false information. Go and look up on the internet as to what a blackberry is.

    Don't mislead people with false information for the pleasure of blogging.

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  2. Hi

    Thanks for clarifying about it. No body here says its pure Blackberrys, just most of the guys call its as Indian Blackberrys and it may be wrong too. Thanks for pointing out of it.

    'Don't mislead people with false information for the pleasure of blogging' >> Mistakes happens to all and accepting it in a gentle way and there is no intention to mislead anybody through my blog. People have different perspectives to looking into the mistakes and comment it according to their character is not abnormal at all.

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  3. That is soo not a blackberry atleast change it now!!! Can i find it in india???

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  4. AnonymousJune 17, 2011

    "People have different perspectives to looking into the mistakes and comment it according to their character is not abnormal at all".
    Very well said Cipson !!!

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