Here are some Sweet Orange Cherry tomatoes that I harvested, today. They're nice. It's an early, prolific, hardy variety with good taste. It's somewhat larger than my Galapagos Island. I had it in tough soil, this year, unamended, unfertilized. I also grew it in 2017, and 2016. I gave my plant to some people in 2018. Mine came from dianeseeds.com, as Orange Cherry.
Here's my Sweet Orange Cherry tomato plant, this year. This picture was taken on 27 May 2020. The plant is a lot bigger than it appears in the picture. This plant is from my seeds that I saved from fruits I grew last year. My TomatoFest seeds that I tried to grow along with them didn't sprout.
This is one of my favorite kinds of tomatoes, primarily for its production and earliness, but it tastes good, too. It's not especially sweet. I mean, it tastes like a tomato (not like a tropical fruit).