Héritage Doré is a bush bean for drying.
The beans are oval, with a glossy, beige to light-mustard colour.
On their sides, they have a white eye with a brown ring around it.
Héritage Doré Beans are about ⅔ inch (66 mm) long and ⅓ inch (35 mm) wide and 80 to 100 days from seed.
They shell easily from the pod.
Héritage Doré Beans are good for baked beans.
Héritage Doré Beans were retrieved from the family garden of the Cantin family in Portneuf County, Québec. The origin before that is not currently known (2006.)