Since Jena is a small-ish town our local market has a few quite good stalls but not much variety. Lucky for me, every now and then new stands appear for one or two weeks and are then off to another market. Some of these are really nice, like the one we had last week, selling a huge choice of dried fruit. After some thought I picked a few: dried persimmons, mango, peaches and sour cherries (my favourites, both sweet and sour). After tasting some, I also got a little bag of those little red berries you see in the foreground. And here I need your help. These come from Iran and are the fruits of a shrub. I couldn't really make up their name on the shield. They're called somethings close to berbenits or berbemits, couldn't read the handwriting so well. They're quite tart and can be used for tea. Any clue what they could be? Thanks!