The Boticas Yellow Granite results from the solidification of magma at great depths (plutonic magmatic rock). The rocks that surround it, preventing the release of heat, do not allow a rapid cooling of the magma, delaying its solidification.

This way, the minerals that constitute it have the necessary time to develop, thus presenting the rock with a granular texture in which the constituent materials are clearly visible and identifiable: quartz, feldspars, and micas.