The common black, or English black currant has long been cultivated.
They made me some hot negus flavoured with black currant, not unpalatable.
The fruit varies in size from that of a black currant to a cherry.
Look at his eye—for all the world like a villainous sort of black currant.
“There is no black currant jelly in the storeroom,” she said, with an air of exasperation.
One is from the berry of the Portugal laurel, and the other the black currant.
Bronchial subjects who have been confining themselves to black currant lozenges on patriotic grounds will welcome the news.
black currant jam is considered quite a delicacy these days.
But it came out all right, jugged; and with the black currant jelly it was really,—but there!
This is necessary because the black currant is drier than the red or white.