This one i only grew because of my daughters name is Victoria. I've heard that it was prettier than it tasted, but i do not agree. I like the taste very much, sweet, fruity and juicy with a touch of acid and for such a rather large tomato it produces very well. Not so much in start season, but in mid and late season it kicks in and is one of the best producers if we let cherries out.
Recent creation of Mark McCaslin, released in 2017.
Fruits from 120 to 220 grams, pear shaped tendency with sometimes the presence of strangulated ribs on top.
Yellowish green variegated color striped with red and dark green.
Fleshy with a creamy texture. Excellent aromatic and sweet flavor.
Robust plants with big development, potato foliage, indeterminate.
Excellent production, better in the second half of the season.