spoiled for all other peaches

Donut peaches are distinguished by their shape, which is roughly rounded and squat with a dimpled center at the fruit's stem end. The fruit's skin has a velvety finish and is flushed with tones of ivory, rose and rouge. Within the fruit's core is its non-clinging, easy to remove pit. Its creamy, juicy-when-ripe flesh is low-acid with a candy-like sweetness and a melting quality. The sweetness is due to what is referred to as the honey gene, a dominant gene that is found in all Chinese peach varieties.   —Specialty Produce