Delicate, Blackberry, Cassis
About the Fruit
Olallieberries (“Ollalie” being a Native American word meaning “berry”), first developed at Oregon State University in 1949, are a cross between a Loganberry (a raspberry-blackberry cross from California) and a Youngberry (a blackberry variety from Louisiana). Although first developed in Oregon, these Olalliberries now thrive along the California coast, though not many farms cultivate these rare and highly perishable berries.
The Murray’s Olallieberries are so bonkers juicy and hands down the best version of an Olallieberry we’ve tasted in the past 5 years. Usually, we marry this fruit with Apricots from Masumoto, yet the fruit was so impactful we kept this years canning as simply Olallieberries.
*Olallieberries, *Cane Sugar, *Lemon Juice