Livingston's Golden Queen tomato
Livingston's Golden Queen tomato is a pale yellow medium-sized fruit that develops a pink blush on the bottom when ripe. After years of testing, A.W. Livingston introduced the tomato and in 1882 gave it its current name to promote wider circulation, calling it the best flavored tomato in existence. The Golden Queen has a light, fruity aroma and a thin skin. It is meaty with a nice acidity, leaving a little sting on the tip of the tongue and a long lingering finish. It slices very well. This tomato incorporates all the pleasures of a red tomato with a lovely golden color.
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