O’Henry peaches, a late-summer variety, are widely regarded for their firm yellow flesh and thin, evocative red skin. They also have a sweetness balanced with an acidity that contributes to their aroma. Culinary uses for the O’Henry include mixed drinks, out-of-hand eating, sorbets, and preserves.
- Yellow flesh
- Midseason harvest
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