The Lyman Orchards Bumbleberry Pie is anything but ordinary! No, it’s not a typo, bumbleberry is a real word but you won’t find “bumbleberries” at your local farm market! That’s because they don’t exist! Bumbleberries are not a type of berry, but a made-up word used to describe a random mixture of berries.
The two-crusted Bumbleberry Pie is essentially a mixed berry pie, made with several types of berries. Originating from the Maritime provinces of Canada, it’s sometimes referred to as the “kitchen sink” pie since additional ingredients are often added, such as rhubarb, apples, or currants.
Lyman Orchards’ version of Bumbleberry Pie is filled with a secret combination of fresh apples, cherries, raspberries, blackberries, and blueberries. Together, the mixture makes for one extraordinary confection with a one-of-a-kind taste!
Bumbleberry Pie is perfect for indecisive eaters at your holiday table. Pick up a Bumbleberry Pie from the home of CT’s Best Pie-The Apple Barrel Farm Market!