Have tried comparing different varieties but Gardener's Delight wins every time.
Last 2 years I have grown a new very sweet variety with good success 'Sweet Aperitif' by Thompson & Morgan. Last year I added the T&M variety 'Crystal F1' and they were excellent so I am growing both varieties again this year plus a new T&M variety 'Mountain Magic F1' that I am also going to try out this year as the write up about them looks very promising. All will be grown in the greenhouse and a few Mountain Magic outdoors in the garden as a trial. John Harding (Mangotsfield, Bristol)
Last year I tried the purple and stripey green cherry types, in the greenhouse. Interesting but nothing special flavour-wise.
I grew Sweet Million last year and it tasted very sweet. Nice tom BUT it splits like the devil. By the time each one is ripe it's split.
Monty said that last year splitting toms were common becouse of the difference in day time and night time temps. Gardeners Delight was one of the most proliffic toms I have grown so am trying it again this year along with the French heirloom tom Flamme, also Sweet Million.