I first grew Orange Cream as an experiment in my basement in 5 gallon buckets under lights during the winter of 2015. The experience was fulfilling and rewarding. They produced a good quantity of 4 to about 8 ounce, yellowish tomatoes with pink stripes on the bottom end. Under T5 lights they produced their first ripened fruits in about 80 days. Later that spring, I planted some in the garden and they produced fruits at about 85 days. When fully ripened, Dwarf Orange Cream is sweet, full flavored, and juicy. It is not a very intense tomato, but it is very satisfying. A great selection for those seeking milder, sweet tomatoes. In the fields, the plants grew to about 3 feet and in containers they were 5 inches taller–make of it what you wish.
Overall this is a really great tomato that has everything to like about it. I especially appreciate its good disease resistance.
I tried a number of dwarfs. This was definitely not one of my favorites. The seed germination rate was poor. Small tomatoes . The bio says 4-8 Oz. I didn't get anything approaching 8 Oz. Mine were 3-4 Oz. They were definitely "mild". To the point of bland.