Aramis is a French hop that is used as an aroma hop and has an alpha acid of 5.5-8.5% and a beta acid of 3.0-5.5%. It might be seen as P05-9 and is owned by Hops France.
It resembles Strisselspalt but with a higher oil and alpha content as it is the daughter of Strisselspalt.
It has sweet and spicy characteristics and aroms of spicy, herbal and subtle citrus combined with sweet floral notes of jasmine. There are also herbal notes of extract, mint and hay. However, there is a fruity sweetness with a promise of strawberries and raspberries all with an expression of spicy notes of rose and lemonbalm.
It is a great choice for use in Trappist, Belgian Style Ales, Saisons, French Ales, Pilsners, Lagers, Weizenbiers, Biere de Saisons, Pale Ales, and Porters.
Some of the possible substitutions for Aramis include Willamette (US), Willamette (BC), Challenger (UK), Challenger (US), Ahtanum®, Centennial (US), Centennial (BC), Stirsselspalt, East Kent Goldings (EKG), Saaz (US), Saaz (CZ), Hallertau Mittelfruh (GR), and Hallertau (US).
Co-Humulone as % of Alpha Acids: 20-42%
Total Oils (mL/100g): 1.2-1.6
All Others (including β-pinene, linalool, geraniol & selinene): 25-39%
Total Polyphenols: 4-5%
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