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0 out of 0 people found the following review helpful:
What are the pros? flavor
What are the cons? seems to crack a little
I thought I'd branch out this year by adding a Paul Robeson and I'm glad I did. Paul Robeson was weeks ahead of the Brandywines and has a superb flavor. We had historic amounts of rain, and the plant got diseases, looks awful with black, curled leaves, and it is still pumping out tomatoes. Until the diseases hit, I was getting fruits around 10-12 oz, and since then, maybe 8-9 oz or so. There has been a steady, if not prolific supply of tomatoes, and I eagerly await each one. They sometimes crack a little, but overall are properly shaped, juicy and absolutely delicious. I doubt I'll ever NOT grow these again.
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1 out of 1 people found the following review helpful:
What are the pros? Flavor
What are the cons? Low yields
This tomato is a show stopper.
Some of the tomato's got very large, most around the size of a baseball. If I had a tomato plant like this when I was younger, I prolly would have loved tomato's at a much younger age.
An egg sandwich with a couple slices of these tomato's is the best breakfast I've had all summer.
What are the pros? Earliest maturity this year.
What are the cons? None.
We started 15 varieties/375 tomatoes under grow lights around April 1, 2015. It is our first tomato to ripen in this now wet, cloudy year. We had three weeks of drought, then the monsoon season hit. It is very delicious.
What are the cons? Low production
This year was a rather wet year and everything has been delayed. This one had a low production rate, but the flavor was amazing. The first one that was ripe weighed over a pound and was as big as my hand. I was not expecting that big of a tomato. It was a pleasant surprise.
3 out of 3 people found the following review helpful:
What are the pros? Complicated and intense flavor
What are the cons? Slow to ripen
I have grown this variety for a number of years. It does not have a big yield, but the flavor of the crop is so incredible that keep growing it. My very favorite "black" tomato.