Here is 6 of my 8 bottles of JOAM. The three on the right are with D47, cranberry, and the orange pith removed. The three on the left are the original recipe. Taste upon bottling was, to my taste buds, indistinguishable; hot alcohol and orange. got into the lees a little on the original recipe so I have one cloudy bottle. I did get into the lees with the D47 as well, but it did not cloud up the bottle I was filling. for that reason alone it may be worth it to use D47 for this recipe.
Something I found mildly interesting. The fruit dropped 2 months to the day from when I started the batch. Also, the fruit would rise and fall depending on the temperature in my house.