Temporary borrowed description — Indet., very tall plants with wispy regular foliage and very long vines, large flower (multiflora) trusses, very unique-looking small oval-shaped red fruits with a cute very long tip at the blossom end. No cracking. Meaty and solid fruits with very good balanced taste, good for both fresh eating and canning. History: Developed by the late Ukrainian (Soviet) tomato amateur breeder Fedor (Fyodor) Tarasenko, who loved indeterminate varieties and specialized in breeding tomatoes with high yields. The pedigree is not known, but it could be a further selection from Yubileynyi Tarasenko for longer 'nipples'. The name means 'Tarasenko's Legend' in Russian.