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But, there are other varieties out there, so find your favorite! Cherokee Purple gets so many good reviews … and its understandable with the complexity of flavors, I picture holding a ribbon in hand and tasting the tomato as judging for its flavor when I bite into these. But, *for my taste buds*, I claim the German Johnson and Brandywine as the ones that make all the work in the garden completely worth it. When I bit into one of those, I know that I have to keep growing tomatoes … because I have just found a treasure chest of yummy and that flavor cannot be found anywhere except right out of the garden.