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MOTUEKA™ NEW ZEALAND

Known as a descendant of the Nobel Saaz, this highly sought after variety leads with a notable lemon/lime flavor.
SKU: MKA
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T90 Hop Pellets 11 lb Package
Products specifications
Storage Stability Good
Aroma Profile Lemon, Lime, Tropical Fruit
Purpose Dual Purpose
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