An Aroma hop

Mandarina Bavaria

Germany
Mandarina Bavaria

aroma profile: Citrus, Fruity

Bred at the Hop Research Institute in Hüll, Mandarina Bavaria displays pleasant fruitiness in finished beers.

Aroma: Specific aroma descriptors include fruity and citrus, specifically distinct tangerine and citrus flavors.

Brewing Values

Acid/Oil
Range
Low
High

Alpha Acid

0
20
7-10%

Beta Acid

0
15
5-6.5%

Total Oil

0
4
2.1-2.3 mL/100g
  • Alpha Acid
    7 - 10%
  • Beta Acid
    5 - 6.5%
  • Co-humulone
    31 - 35%
  • Total Oil
    2.1 - 2.3 mL/100g
  • Myrcene
    70 - 72% of total oil
  • Caryophyllene
    1 - 5% of total oil
  • Farnesene
    < 1.0% of total oil
  • Humulene
    5 - 15% of total oil
  • Geraniol
    0 - 0% of total oil

8 Brewer Reviews

5

Love this hop! Made a European themed all grain ale recipe with it on July 16th and it tastes amazing. A great floral aroma and just the right taste without nagging bitterness.

Rick | Aug 14th, 2016
4

IF you want to see what it tastes like, and you are in or close to Texas, Southern Star Brewing out of Conroe, TX makes 'Garden State" a hefeweizen with Bavarian Mandarina. Very nice indeed!

MAtt | Sep 29th, 2016
3

On every review I read about tangerine aroma. I was a kind of disappointed, but using it as a single hop (also dry), my beer came with a distintive taste of saffron, no fruits. Would like to know if someone experienced the same taste. Particular!

marco | Dec 19th, 2016
4

Unique flavor profile with mild fruity /citrus at 25 minutes left to the boil.Works well with spices & orange peel in my Biere De Garde.A complimentary hop for those looking for soft mild fruit tones.

Al | Jan 5th, 2017
5

Made a sour pale ale with this hop. Amazing!

Richard | Jun 14th, 2017

Haven't brewed with it personally, but Exile Brewing's Zoltan session IPA is said to use it (along with citra) in both the boil and during dry hop. A great combination of bitterness, flavor, and aroma in this beer, I'm gonna get my hands on some Mandarina.

Mark | Sep 13th, 2017

I use this hop in my session IPA. For 14l I use 85g. For bitterness, aroma, whirlpool, and dry hoping. Aroma after dry hopping was awesome a lot of fruits, Clementines for sure. I was surprised. But after 2-4 weeks in a bottle after condition aroma gone in a taste is a little bit of fruits and no bitterness.

Matt | Oct 29th, 2017

I used this in a Blonde Ale with Orange Blossom Honey, plus Bitter and Sweet Orange Peel. The finished beer took second place at the 2017 Ohio State Fair home brewing competition for the Fruit Beer category. As I write this, I'm fermenting a new batch of the base blonde ale with this hop, El Dorado, and no honey or orange peel additions to see how it turns out.

Mike | Dec 27th, 2017

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