The Tettnanger hop variety is named for Tettnang, Germany. Tettnang is a city tied to hop farming by 170 years of tradition, though evidence of hop growing in the area stretches all the way back to 1150.
Tettnanger hops have a mild but distinct floral and spicy character. Its characteristics are very similar to Saaz. It is often described as mildly fruity or citrus-like, while still being able to impart herbal or earthy qualities to the final beer.
Please note, the Tettnanger is repacked to order into clear vacuum-sealed packages. The hops are perfectly fine provided prompt use or storage in a freezer or fridge until use.