Indigo Rose Tomatoes
I went to Home Depot a few days ago after work to pick up a new furnace filter and made a stop in the Garden Center. They had a lot of the usual suspects: Big Boys, Early Girls, etc. But they also had this little Cherry-ish variety called Indigo Rose. They're a blend of red/black/purple when ripe.
Anthocyanins are powerful anti-oxidants. In the early stages of fruit development, Indigo Rose develops a dark purple pigment in its skin where exposed to direct sunlight. Green when unripe, purple-red when ripe, the 1-2 oz., cocktail-sized tomatoes have good flavor with 'plummy' overtones. Developed by Jim Myers at Oregon State University using traditional plant breeding techniques.