What's the correct translation in English for "Tomate Cherry Dulcemiel" (Spanish)?

I could only find one link with a photo of this variety:

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    Can't find a translation for that name, but these look similar to Green Grape Cherry tomatoes – Bamboo Dec 14 '17 at 23:30
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    The literal translation of Dulcemiel is sweet honey. Something like honey sweet cherry tomatoes. If you are looking for a species name, I don't have it. Common names do not have a 1 to 1 relationship to latin names. In the US small tomatoes like that are called "grape" tomatoes. – Tim Nevins Dec 15 '17 at 22:02
  • I'm guessing it's more S. lycopersicum and/or S. pimpinellifolium and/or S. cheesmaniae than anything else. – Brōtsyorfuzthrāx Jan 26 '18 at 22:13

The name literally translates to honey sweet cherry tomato. From what I can tell by reading through Spanish news and other documents they are a tomato that has a surprising sweet flavor and are developed and marketed by a company called Syngenta. Here is a link to a Pdf describing their flavor (in english). It is on about page 18 or 19. Here is a youtube video about the dulcemiel tomato. That is in spanish though. I went to their site to learn more, but didn't find anything about dulcemiel other than that they are marketing as a new snack of sorts. Sadly I could not find anything concerning a scientific name or anything like that. I hope that this info has helped a little more.

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