This was a mistake gone good. I wanted to make red currant jelly but there weren't quite enough currants for sale at the farmer's market where I buy my produce during the summer. So I bought all they had and thought I'd figure out the rest when I saw how much juice came from my purchase. I came up with 2 cups of currant juice from the 4 pints I bought, then just supplemented with first the pomegranate juice I had on hand, then some cranberry juice, then finally a little bit of water to get to the 6 1/2 cups of juice I needed. You could change the proportions to suit your needs or tastes, using all of one kind of juice or less or more of another juice, you just need 6 1/2 cups total juice for this recipe. Prep time includes time to make juice from berries so about 10 hours can be subtracted for this step if you are using juice already made. Typically jelly recipes call for you to check for gel 24 hours after processing but mine were a little 'squishy' the next day, then set up great after I forgot about them for a little while, just make sure your seals are good before putting them aside. Great on English Muffins, but also good as a meat accompaniment or used as a glaze on Cornish Game Hens. The brilliant red colour makes it nice for gift giving, too.