My Grandmother used to make her own homemade choke cherry jelly with berries we picked off their land in Huntsville. I have to say this is a decent second place, but it didn't quite have my Grandma's touch...still great product.
When I was a kid, we would visit the family farm on Manitoulin Island. Next to the equipment shed was a whole row of chokecherry bushes, which my Grandmother would turn into jelly.
I've never seen it for sale anywhere but on the Island. I even asked the jam guy at St. Lawrence Market, but he's never even heard of Chokecherries.
I was so happy to find it at the Brickworks. The flavour brought back memories.