Otherwise known as: Mora, Andean Berry, Castilla Blackberry
The Andean Blackberry (or Mora as it's called in Colombia and Ecuador) is a tangy and sour type of blackberry, primarily found in Central and South America. It’s hardly like the common blackberry, which has a nice mild flavor. In fact, it’s very sour. But add a little sweetener, and wow, you’re tasting a mega berry! It’s like whipping together ripe raspberries, blackberries, cranberries and lingonberries, and kicking it up a notch...or a thousand.
When puréed, its deep, beautiful red-fuchsia color will transfer to anything in its path. It is versatile and a great option for those looking to shake up the traditional world of berries.
Flavor Profile: Tart, Sweet, Potent, with notes of blackberry, raspberry and cranberry
Pulp Color: Bright red to deep purple
Ingredients: Andean Blackberry puree, ascorbic acid (Vitamin C) 0.5% as an antioxidant.
The Fierce Fruit Advantage: Our purees are all natural with no sugar added. They are made from non-GMO fruit, pasteurized, gluten-free, vegan, and certified Kosher. Free of common allergens such as milk, eggs, wheat, peanuts, tree nuts, fish, and soy.
Our high-barrier aseptic packaging ensures a completely sterile, bacteria-free puree, while maintaining the natural flavor and freshness of the fruit over a long shelf-life. Our purees are fresh (not frozen) and ready to use. Once opened, they can be refrigerated for up to 10 days, or frozen for the remainder of the shelf-life.