Currants are sometimes known as black Corinth raisins or Zante currants. They’re dried blackberries made from Black Corinth grapes that haven’t been seeded. Currants come in a wide variety of hues and kinds. Currants are dry and small, with bluish brown, black, or reddish black as the most prevalent colors. Fresh currants are spherical and tiny. The majority are seedless, although some of the more prominent currants may contain hard seeds. Like other fruits, they also can go wrong.