I’ve reviewed all the previous versions since 2005, too.
Appearance: Bright and clear, honey-amber colored with a thick, fluffy head.
Smell: Light, effervescent (if you can call that a scent), very green and fresh, but not overwhelming. Twigs, stems, leaves, resin…
Taste: Hop punch is here (rather than the nose). Bitter with a pleasant vegetable character—leafy green veggie. Maybe radish greens? A similar spiciness, too, in the middle. Very bright and fresh and light on the tongue. The malt is all in the background, a bit toasty.
Mouthfeel: Nicely medium-bodied and crisp—refreshing and finishes clean with a pleasant sticky bitterness in the aftertaste.
Overall: A lovely fresh hop this year, super drinkable.
On BeerAdvocate, it scores an overall grade of A-. (Still no RateBeer.)