Bourbon pink berry: locut. The pink bourbon berry is a small, fleshy, indehiscent fruit containing one or more seeds or seeds scattered throughout the pulp (opposed to drupe). Very aromatic, produced in clusters by a shrub (Anacardiaceae family).
Pink berries also called Schinus areira, false pepper, pink pepper, Bourbon berries, false pepper, Peruvian pepper. The pink berries are also called "red pepper" or "mollé".
They are used to spice ...
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