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Taiheke hops, also known as New Zealand Taiheke hops or NZ-0720 hops, are a hop variety cultivated in New Zealand. They were released by New Zealand's hop breeding program, led by the New Zealand Institute for Plant and Food Research Limited, in 2012. Taiheke hops are known for their unique flavor and aroma characteristics, which make them suitable for various beer styles.
Aroma Profile: Taiheke hops exhibit a complex aroma profile that is often described as a blend of citrus, tropical fruits, and subtle spice. Common descriptors include citrus zest, lime, lemon, grapefruit, passion fruit, stone fruit, and black pepper.
Flavor: When used in brewing, Taiheke hops impart a distinctive flavor that complements their aroma. The flavors are often fruity, with notes of citrus, tropical fruit, and sometimes hints of floral or herbal undertones.
Alpha Acid Content: Taiheke hops typically have a moderate alpha acid content, ranging from around 7% to 10%. The alpha acids contribute bitterness to the beer when used for boiling during the brewing process.
Dual-Purpose Hop: NZ Taiheke hops can be used for both bittering and aroma purposes, making them a versatile hop variety for brewers. Their moderate alpha acid content allows them to provide a balanced bitterness, while their unique aroma characteristics make them suitable for late additions or dry hopping.
Beer Styles: NZ Taiheke hops are commonly used in a wide range of beer styles, including pale ales, IPAs, American-style ales, wheat beers, lagers, and more. They can contribute a refreshing and vibrant hop character to these styles, enhancing the overall flavor and aroma profile.
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