I have to rave -- Italian Heirloom
Two (extremely different) years in a row ... my favorite tomato, on flavor alone. EARLY, big, round but with roma-esque internal structure, moist, flavorful, few seeds, great eating and as part of a combo for juice. And did I mention EARLY! They are so satisfying.
Last year (wet and cool) these were early enough that I actually got a few in my community garden plot before the late blight hit. Tried them again this year (hot, hot, humid) in a hay bale (straw bale gardening) up against my house (south facing, blasting hot). Had ripe fruit by the third week in July--56 days from planting. They will be done soon but they really get the season rocking!
While I'm raving -- Nebraska Wedding also rocked in a new bed (which is a perfect little micro-climate for 'matoes and peppers). It is still coming on strong. However, the fruit is red, not orange.
And Jaune Flamme -- sweet and delightful. Grower promised me one perfect tomato a day for my salad. Ha! Can't keep up.
OTOH, Cherokee Purple. Meh. Ugly and not very tasty. Short window to pick before fruit goes funky. Bad year or bad spot?
Care to rave?