As far as adaptability Carmine Jewel wins. These cherries make such good processed stuff, pies, my preserves beat all my brambles for best jam of the year last year. It was Red Currant-Carmine Jewel preserves. It beat Tayberry-wyeberry jam, a distant 2nd. Another I liked was blackberry-elderbery jam. The elderberries tamed the blackberries well. Black raspberry-Mulberry is another favorite.
I'm thinking these cherries would make an excellent fruit leather.
If you rather eat fresh one could dry these and concentrate the sugars even more.
Dried cranberries are great, bet these would be even better.
I moved my Carmine Jewel from a pot that rooted into the ground bigtime. I had to cut this huge root to get it out. It's not happy with that and I think aborted flower buds for this year. At least it's in the ground now, as I want full potential of this one. It's too good not to!
I put in a Juliet, so I'm happy. CJ ripening first followed by Juliet. That's plenty of tart cherries for me to have fun with! I see scones, leather, dried, juice, cider, and pies made with cherries in my future!