As I mentioned in another thread, Hop Union gave the local Homebrew Club some experimental hops back in January. I came away with 6 oz. of HBC 291 (total oil 2.3, AA 11.7). Aromas are supposed to be majoring on floral, spicy, citrus.
So I brewed a Pale Ale using .45 oz. CTZ at 60 minutes for bittering for 22 IBUs.
Then 3 oz. of 291 at 2 minutes for 9.7 IBUs.
And dry hopped the remaining 3 oz. for 5 days
The aroma was very floral - I thought honeysuckle, and had a notable grassy aspect. Additionally there was a tropical fruit hovering beneath those, I thought guava.
The flavor majored on Salmonberry and lemongrass.
Overall a very interesting hop. I will guess it will be a success but not a major player. It could be stunning in just the right recipe.