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drank Bosvruchten (Forest Fruit) by Pickwick
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I am not sure why this is called Forest Fruit. The ingredient list includes blackberry, raspberry, strawberry, blueberry. To my way of thinking that makes Field Fruit but what do I know. I have never seen this brand in the store. It is imported from Holland. If it is available in your area and cheap it is worthy of a try. A simple bagged tea with pretty natural tasting fruit flavors. I taste raspberry and strawberry. I can’t single out the tea base. A pleasant cup.

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Kittenna

I think all of those bushes (and strawberry plants) grow wild in the forest, hence forest fruit. Though I’ve heard the term “fieldberry” a lot more than “forestberry”…

K S

Fieldberry makes a lot more sense by my experience. Not sure about blueberry (do they grow on a bush or a tree?) but the others grow wild in the fields and fence rows around here.

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Kittenna

I think all of those bushes (and strawberry plants) grow wild in the forest, hence forest fruit. Though I’ve heard the term “fieldberry” a lot more than “forestberry”…

K S

Fieldberry makes a lot more sense by my experience. Not sure about blueberry (do they grow on a bush or a tree?) but the others grow wild in the fields and fence rows around here.

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