So, had a perfect opportunity to taste test a superb heirloom tomato against a tomato I’ve developed. The video kind of says it all. Hope you enjoy! _______________________________________
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New subscriber – I am not familiar with the Succeed variety. Is it heirloom, or something you developed. Thanks.
You ruined the test by adding salt.
I do love the CP, but I think I would like your creation better, from how you described the taste! I like a more tangy tomato!
yeah Cherokee purple one of my favorites too
I can't remember if you have tried Big Beef, if not you should. My better half and I like it the best over Cherokee Purple, Mortgage Lifter, Brandywine, Better Boy, Early Girl and every other types I've tried. It's sweet with just the right touch of acid and a little salt just makes it pop! Almost as sweet as Black Cherry but with a little bite. I know it's not an heirloom, but it produces very well and has fewer problems. Disclosure: I have no financial interest in Big Beef seeds. : ) Keep em comin' Brent!
Aren't you glad you're growing both of them?
I loved this comparison. It's so hard to explain what a tomato tastes like, but you did it perfectly. I like a tomato without that little bit of bite, one that is more maybe sweet? and with a bit less punch. While just as many love that small amount of bite that makes it unique to them. I actually understand both. I do like the ones with a bit of punch to them, but I always end up preferring the ones that are milder. Best taste test ever! I have several packs of the Cherokee Purple that I have not tried yet, and I will be starting some today after this test. Thank you so much. Sheila