A direct descendant of the premier noble hop Hallertau. This Pacific Northwest staple is perhaps a variety slightly lost or over looked over these recent hop frenzy years. Here is a short memoir on the hop we grow and process right here in the Fraser Valley of British Columbia, Canada. Mt. Hood was named after a volcano in east Oregon which sits above the Hood River. It is classed as a noble type cultivar, primarily used for its aromatic features. It brings warmth with a balance of herbal, spice, and very fine citrus notes. It has a low co-humlone composition and can...
We can not thank the University of Washington and the USDA-ARS hop breeding program enough for their 2013 releases of Triple Pearl and Cashmere. Triple Pearl is triploid daughter of Perle. We are getting similar but more pronounced traits of Perle with this new variety. It can be described as quickly fruity with spicy undertones and a strong herbal base throughout. If you haven't got a whiff of Cashmere yet, you are missing something special. It is without a doubt robust. The fruit body of this is being compared with pineapple, melon, coconut, and grapefruit. The citrus factor shouldn't surprise you too much as it...
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