Tahoma Hops
Tahoma Hops

Tahoma Hops

Tahoma was released by USDA and Washington State University in 2013, making it a relatively new guy on the scene. As an offspring of Glacier, Tahoma inherited its very low cohumulone characteristic with a slightly higher alpha acid content. The Cascade-like aroma of this all-purpose hop is citrusy with added subtle notes of cedar, pine and spices.

Used in: American Ales, Wheats and Light Lagers.
Diseases: Possibly Mildew resistant.
  • Alpha Acid 7.2% - 8.6%
  • Beta 8.5% - 9.5%
  • Cohumulone 15% – 17%
  • Myrcene 67% - 72%
  • Humulene 9% - 11%
  • Farnesene less than 1%