The family of berries grown on bushes that are considered to be "bramble" bushes, which are rough barked, thorny or prickly textured. As members of the rose family of plants, the Bramble berries include fruits such as blackberries, Artic brambleberries, and raspberries. The Artic brambleberry is a very scarce variety and has the same shape and similar size as the wild red or black raspberry, but is red in color. It has a closer resemblance to the black raspberry than the red in taste, size and appearance; however, the brambleberry provides a slightly sweeter and more robust flavor than other raspberries.
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