Dessert, Spiced, Vanilla, and Pickled peaches are all forms of preserved peaches, but they differ in their flavor profiles and methods of preservation. Spiced peaches are typically prepared by canning whole or sliced peaches in a syrup flavored with warm spices such as cinnamon, cloves, and sometimes ginger. The syrup used for spiced peaches is usually sweetened with sugar, honey, or maple syrup, creating a rich and aromatic flavor profile. On the other hand, pickled peaches are preserved by immersing whole or sliced peaches in a vinegar-based brine, often seasoned with spices like cloves, cinnamon, mustard seeds, or even chili flakes. The brine imparts a tangy and slightly sour taste to the peaches, complementing their natural sweetness. Dessert peaches are preserved in sugared water. Vanilla peaches get their flavor profile from vanilla beans. While spiced, pickled, dessert, and vanilla peaches offer a delicious way to enjoy this beloved fruit year-round, they each provide a distinct flavor experience suited to different culinary applications.