well, claiming expertise is often the downfall of people who project themselves as experts, so it is something will never ever claim. Actually mentioned in the book that everything wrote there were mere observations and analyses and should only be perceived as such, and not as gospel truth. I'm also the weird type who is happier proven wrong, than proven right(since i won't learn anything new if i prove myself right)and will gladly engage in respectful discourse.
now, while i can't claim expertise with jujus, i hereby claim and declare extreme obsession
at any rate, below is sugar cane in bloom and some fruitlets forming. To me, SC blossoms smell of pina colada. The fragrance gets concentrated when trees are grown in an enclosed courtyard, and further enhanced by humidity, so whenever need to unwind, just turn on the gargoyle irrigation, play some chopin/beethoven/schubert, then rock myself on the glider chair and absorb the sights, scents and sounds.. Juju trees may bloom continuously for a month, and at least twice a year here.
Provides the longest periods of fragrance(by any fruit tree) in vegas conditions.