This one has a huge fan base. It is very good, in fact, super very good at times! This is not a huge surprise since it too belongs in the blackish class. In fact, I will sometimes hear a person refer to it as Cherokee Black. Often the color will be deep purplish brown, sometimes more pinkish. Seems very dependent on temperatures while ripening. Size is variable to in my garden. Some years big- 8 to 10 oz, some years holding at 5-6. Again, this has a lot to do with growing conditions and strains. One thing that normally remains the same is the flavor. You should try it.