White Currant


An upright woody shrub that has abundant white mild flavoured fruit, and when it is ripens in June, the fruit is good for pies or made into jelly. The flowers that are formed are also whitish-green coloured. The flesh is soft and pulp, there is a juicy texture and there are small edible seeds. White currants are sweeter than the black and red varieties, they have a low acidity and a sweet flavour profile.