Originally from Germany, the Pennsylvania Dutch have been growing this cherry tomato since the 1850’s. The name translates from German as “Giant Bunches of Grapes.” The prolific vines produce huge sprays of flowers that ultimately set 20-40 blood red, 1” fruits in each cluster. The little tomatoes are round or oval and have a small “beak” on the end. Reisentraube’s amazing flavor is full, rich, and complex, more like a beefsteak than a cherry tomato. Indeterminate, 80-85 days from transplant. Packet contains at least 30 seeds.