Blushing Star Peaches

(Last Updated On: August 3, 2013)

Blushing Star Peaches If you have been reading this site regularly you will know that there are several peach series such as the haven series (including Red Haven) and Flamin’ Fury (all start with PF). Today we are going to look at a peach from the stellar series, called the Blushing Star. All Stellar peach have the name “star” in them. I reviewed the Coral Star peach earlier this month. Not all stellar peaches are the same. Especially not in this case as the Blushing Star is a white fleshed peach. One good thing about stellar peaches is that they do not brown when cut, so they make a great choice for canning. The Blushing Star ripens 20 days after Red Havens. It is completely freestone.

My Experience with this Peach (Rating Scale 1-10)
Acidity: 6
Peach Flavor: 7
Sweetness: 7
Juiciness: 5

Overall Feeling: This was one of the best white peaches I have had. My wife is not a big fan of white peaches, and she questioned whether this really was a white peach. It is more acidic than most white peaches with a stronger peach flavor. It’s a medium sized peach, perfect size for eating. The peach also smells good, it has a floral scent to it.

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Check out these all my reviews of peaches in the Stellar (Star) series (days before/after Red Haven in parenthesis):
Rising Star Peaches (-5) – a decent early season semi-clingstone peach
Coral Star Peaches (+12) – my least favorite in the series, it is freestone
Blushing Star Peaches (+20) – a great tasting white free stone peach
Glowing Star Peaches (+25) – overall good later season free stone peach

2 Replies to “Blushing Star Peaches”

  1. Though peaches has different varieties, but they have essentials good for our body. Love to eat them and like to eat them, one of the good fruit in alkaline foods.

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