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Bing cherry

 (bĭng)
n.
A variety of sweet cherry with juicy, deep red to nearly black fruit.

[After Ah Bing, Chinese-born horticulturalist who helped develop the variety at an Oregon nursery in the 1870s.]
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Noun1.Bing cherry - dark red or blackish sweet cherrybing cherry - dark red or blackish sweet cherry  
black cherry, sweet cherry - any of several fruits of cultivated cherry trees that have sweet flesh
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A wonderful controlled explosion of fruit and textures on the palate; bright Bing cherry complemented by savory plum; the flavors combine with some brightness on the mid-palate; a satisfying finish.
It has a firm acid structure that's always nice with a creamy tartar sauce and delivers notes of Bing cherry and earth; the latter will pair nicely with the grill marks."
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