The blue-black fruits are botanically not berries, but aggregate drupes formed from the individual carpels: Each of their small individual berries is similar in structure to a drupe, for example cherry, and has a thin outer skin like the latter.

Taste. The fruits are spherical in the whole and are composed of black, juicy drupes. The taste of blackberries is sweet and a little astringent.

Effect. Thanks to the vitamins and nutrients present, the little blue-black fruits strengthen the immune system, because they provide an excellent defense against bacilli & Co. Especially the content of provitamin A is higher than in any other berry fruit.