They are waxy potatoes, though they are marketed as good for boiling and baking. They are not good for potato chips, or French Fries as they can discolour when cooked through any method that browns them.
They are ready to harvest after 80 days.
They were popular with the Atkins dieters at the start of the 2000s because they have 1/3 fewer carbohydrates than most other potatoes.
Adora Potatoes were bred by a A. D. Mulder in Enkhuizen, Netherlands sometime before 1999, from a cross between Primura and Alcmaria.
Elliott, Valerie. Calling all Atkins dieters: here is a tuber that doesn’t make you tubby. The Times, UK. 15 January 2005.
Research Results — Fewer calories in Adora and Fabula. 4 March 2004. Retrieved from http://www.eco-spuds.com/news/2004/low_carb.php