Willamette Hop ProfileABXWS0457E
For years, Willamette was the single most widely grown aroma variety in the United States. Even today Willamette is one of the most prolific varieties and is largely considered a pillar of the American hops industry. Known as "the king of aroma," Willamette provides a spicy, floral, and fruity fragrance to all sorts of beers ranging from English-Style Ales to Lagers and Porters.
First selected in Oregon in 1967, it received USDA accession in 1976 and was named after the fertile river valley of northern Oregon. Willamette is a triploid aroma hop with its heritage being primarily derived from English variety Fuggle and Fuggle Tetraploid.
- Name: Willamette
- Powered by Terpenes
- 100% efficient flavor/aroma transfer
- Consistent from batch to batch
- Increase in yield/profit by 5-30%
- Water-soluble and completely dispersible
- No solvents or synthetic carriers
- Organoleptic's: (taste & smell): Peppery, Herbaceous, Spice, Floral, Fruity
- Dominant Terpenes: Beta Myrcene, Beta Caryophyllene, Humulene
- Solvent Free: Yes
- Food Grade: Yes
- Fillers: None
Beta Myrcene, Beta Caryophyllene, Linalool, Farnesene, D-Limonene, 4-Terpineol, Alpha Bisabolol, Alpha Pinene, Bergamotene, Beta Pinene, Borneol, Camphene, Fenchol, Fenchone, gamma-Terpinene, Geraniol, Ocimene, p-Cymene, Terpineol, Terpinolene