A boysenberry is a cross between a raspberry and a blackberry.
The taste is similar to a raspberry but a little more tart.
This product REQUIRES Steeping. [About Steeping]
Now that's Interesting > From [Wikipedia]: In the late 1920s, George M. Darrow of the USDA began tracking down reports of a large, reddish-purple berry that had been grown on the northern California farm of a man named Rudolph Boysen. Darrow enlisted the help of Walter Knott, a Southern California farmer who was known as a berry expert. Knott had never heard of the new berry, but he agreed to help Darrow in his search.
Darrow and Knott learned that Boysen had abandoned his growing experiments several years earlier and sold his farm. Undaunted by this news, Darrow and Knott headed out to Boysen's old farm, on which they found several frail vines surviving in a field choked with weeds. They transplanted the vines to Knott's farm in Buena Park, California, where he nurtured them back to fruit-bearing health. Walter Knott was the first to commercially cultivate the berry in southern California. He began selling the berries at his farm stand in 1932 and soon noticed that people kept returning to buy the large, tasty berries. When asked what they were called, Knott said, "Boysenberries," after their originator. His family's small restaurant and pie business eventually grew into Knott's Berry Farm. As the berry's popularity grew, Mrs. Knott began making preserves, which ultimately made Knott's Berry Farm famous.
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Posted by Janine Edwards on 18th Jun 2014
I absolutely love the flavor. It's more tart than sweet and stronger than most of the other berry flavors.
Posted by thomas christensen on 24th Dec 2013
They recommend steeping this, but I tried it as soon as I got it. Pretty good, it reminds me of dragon delight which I really like. good stuff!
Posted by Piggyjojo on 13th Nov 2013
This has a good strong flavor. Especially with double extra flavor. I ordered my second bottle with just extra flavor so it would tone it down a little. Flavor definately lasts. If you mix it with something else like I did use very little boysenberry because it is so bold a flavor it eclipses anything else mixed with it.
Posted by Robert B. on 4th Nov 2013
If you're a Boysenberry lover like me, this is THE BEST! Man, it's GREAT!
I've got 10 bottles various of e-juices I've tried(Menthol Mint, Tobacco Blend, etc) and this is number one!
Posted by Vape Crazy on 7th Mar 2013
It is true Boysenberry flavor. I used to have 2 trees in my yard, one with white boysenberries and one with the darker Boysenberry. So I do have something to compare it to!
This juice needs 2X extra sweetener (very sweet) in my opinion, as it is quite tart with only normal sweetener, no extra. The fruity flavor comes alive with enough sweetness, and some steeping. It's great!!!
ECBlend: ECBlend Sweetener is available under Supplies for those who want to have more control over their sweetness :-) Enjoy!
Posted by Unknown on 30th Jan 2013
This product REQUIRES Steeping.
That is no lie. This stuff does taste like boysenberry, like the syrup IHOP used to have, before they were acronym-ized. But not at first. On day one it tastes more like mildewed potpourri. Seriously, if they made a novelty flavor named that, this juice would have that flavor... at first.
It was just flat-out one of the worst things I'd ever tasted - until about 2 weeks later when I tried it again. Steeping made it go from... well, from mildew to sweet, sweet Knotts Berry Bliss.
Now all I can say is, hey ECBlend... where's the "add pancakes" option for this juice??? :)
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