Russian origin. Fruit weighing 180 to 350 grams, beefsteak type. Green skin with amber covering.
Variety which would have originated in Russia, the translation of its name gives: "Liqueur Irlandaise".
Fruit weighing 120 to 250 grams, beefsteak type, flattened at the poles, more or less strongly ribbed at the top and with rounded to curved shoulders for the largest sizes.
The green skin is irregularly covered with amber at maturity, giving the fruit a variegated/stripe appearance. Clusters of 3 to 5 fruits.
Dense and juicy beefy flesh, greenish sometimes with yellow veins. The flavour is sweeter than acidic, well balanced, it is best eaten "al dente", it deteriorates when the fruit becomes too ripe.
Plant with moderate development, regular foliage, indeterminate growth.
Low production but long and regular, from mid-season.
Beefsteak, Flattened, Round
+ or - 1.8m