I harvested a ripe one. The fruit was firm, and was a large pear. It looks like Japanese Black Trifele. It's brownish pink or pinkish brown.
Okay, here's what I thought of the taste/texture: They were both phenomenal. The taste and texture is a lot like a really good tomato I had once (not from my garden) that I think was Brandywine, except Cold Black Brandy also has somewhat of a smoky taste, and somewhat of that Pink Cheeks sort of taste added in. The texture seems softer when eating it than I expected, considering the firmness of the fruit. I vastly prefer the flavor to Japanese Black Trifele's earlier this year, actually. I might actually grow it again next year.
Anyway, it tastes like it would be a crowd pleaser tomato. I would describe the taste and texture as high quality. It's well balanced.
It wasn't mealy at all.
Here are a couple pictures of the fruit:
Location: SW Idaho, USA
USDA hardiness zone: 6
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