Mora de Castilla is a type of blackberry found in Ecuador that tastes like a mix between a conventional blackberry and raspberry, growing throughout the Andean highlands. Its tart flavor works well in juices; here in Ecuador it is often served with Soursop (Guanabana) juice for a unique combination. The fruit is high in vitamin C and calcium, as well as  dietary fiber. Our blackberry pulp is also used in a variety of jellies, pastries, and other dessert applications.

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