This variety of group Bigarreau or sweet cherry, produces large sweet fruits with firm and crisp flesh. Rather early, it is productive and is harvested from mid-May, without fear, however, particularly spring frosts. It can be planted in relatively cold areas, even in the mountains up to 800 m. For better production, it can be pollinated by the varieties Napoleon or Reverchon, and can pollinate the variety ‘Coeur de pigeon’. This variety is easy to grow and care for.