Variety originating from Australia. Variant from "Tasmanian Yellow" presented in the 2004 Seed Savers Yearbook.
Fruit from 120 to 250 grams, beefsteak type, irregular shape most often flattened and with ribbed and plump shoulders.
Shiny yellow epidermis which has the particularity of veiling itself with a slight pink blush when ripe, mainly on its apical part and only on the fruits of the first bunches.
Flesh with a creamy texture with sometimes pink traces. Mild flavor but with a slight hint of acidity.
Vigorous plant with great development, dense and abundant regular foliage, indeterminate growth.
Average production from mid-season until frost.