Myrcene: 35%, Humulene: 18-25%, Farnesene: Trace
The variety has proved to be quite unusual with a very pleasant, lemon, citrus aroma. Initial brews have proved to be very successful with very distinctive, hoppy characteristics
East Kent Golding
Sister to the new English Herald hop and distantly related to Wye Yeoman. It combines a pleasant aroma with a moderately high (8-10%) alpha acid content.
It shows vigorous growth and produces a firm hedge of cones.
It is resistant to powdery mildew, and has moderate resistance to vertcillium wilt and downy mildew.