Unlike any other tomato, Irish Cream is for those of you who are intrigued by things out of the realm of ordinary such as I am. What makes this plant different? It is variegated! The whole plants is splashed with spots and stripes of white! Yes...can you imagine? I think it is quite beautiful. When people come out to the greenhouses and see flats of these young plants, they always smugly "inform" me that my plants are obviously sick with all those white splashes on the leaves. Since I detest know-it-all people (because there can only be one, ME!) I enjoy giving them a verbal beat-down and informing them that it is a genetic trait. Anyway, I just love this one. Here is the scoop on the best way to grow it. Unlike the traditional advice I give regarding Sun, this one prefers some shade. If you can give it morning Sun and then let it drop into shade all afternoon, the color will be much prettier in the foliage. Think of the white tissue in the leaves as albino (which it technically is). It hasn't any protection from the Sun. I have grown this variety in full sun, it does fine but starts to look a bit rough early on. This might be a fun one for a patio- where Sun situations are not great. You can also truly enjoy the unique foliage up close. Now, this IS a tomato, right? Well guess what? It is actually delicious! Smallish sized with a pronounced old fashion flavor. You will also notice the unripe fruit has a distinct variegated pattern on the skin. It disappears as the fruit turns red but interesting nonetheless.