Heritage from Virginia introduced by Tad Smith.
Fruit weighing 200 to 350 grams, round and smooth beefsteak type with discreet ribbing at the top.
Purple-pink epidermis with greenish shoulders.
Purple flesh, juicy with a creamy texture.
Remarkable flavor for many equivalent to Cherokee purple, divine blend of the sweetness of "pinks" and the assertive character of "blacks".
Vigorous and productive variety, with potato foliage.
Good and regular production from mid-season until frost.